More than 300 jobs are set to be created in Cardiff after Monzo announced it will open a new office in Wales.
Following Welsh Government support, the mobile-only bank is planning to open a new customer operations centre in Cardiff city centre that will create 312 new jobs over the next four years.
The Welsh Government is providing £950,000 of support to the move.
The digital bank's smartphone app provides its customers with an analysis of their spending habits.
The bank says it currently has 1.3 million customers, with more than 100,000 new users signing up each month.
Welsh Economy Minister Ken Skates says he is proud the Welsh Government has supported the bank's expansion into Wales.
Monzo says it is recruiting for customer operations roles in Cardiff and will shortly be moving offices in the centre of Cardiff, overlooking the castle.