Chime inthe news
Chime on World's Best Fintech Companies 2023 listRead post
The Fintech 50 2023: ChimeRead post
Chime ranked 15 on CNBC Disruptor 50 list 2023Read post
The Fintech 50 2022: ChimeRead post
Watch CNBC’s Full Interview with Chime CEO Chris Britt on Consumer SpendingRead post
CNBC Disruptor 50: ChimeRead post
Chime CEO Says Banks Will End Overdraft FeesRead post
Chime’s Founder Sees End of Overdraft Fees as U.S. Banks Ease UpRead post
CNBC Disruptor 50: ChimeRead post
This startup is taking on big banks. And it's working.Read post
US challenger bank Chime launches Credit Builder, a credit card that works more like debitRead post
Chime CEO Chris Britt on teaming up with NBA’s Dallas MavericksRead post
Fintech Startups Rush to Get Stimulus Payments OutRead post
Chime breaks Top 10 on this year’s CNBC Disruptor 50 listRead post
Chime Provided Access to $1.1B in Stimulus Payments, Says CEORead post
Building a Culture of Trust and Safety at ChimeRead post
Introducing the Chime Scholars FoundationRead post
Chime Appoints Madhu Muthukumar to Chief Product OfficerRead post
Chime In for ChangemakersRead post
Nick Fairbairn, former Experian, Gabi, Dollar Shave Club Marketing Leader joins Chime as VP of Product MarketingRead post
Chime welcomes Credit Karma, Capital One leader, Rucha Fulay, as VP of AnalyticsRead post
Chime Promotes Tenured LeadersRead post
Visa, BlackRock, Fintech Veteran Victoria Edison Joins Chime as VP, Chief Compliance OfficerRead post
Chime Appoints Vineet Mehra to Chief Marketing OfficerRead post
Chime Welcomes Cyber Security Leader and Mastercard alum Darragh Whelan as Vice President of Risk and Support EngineeringRead post
Chime responds to Ukraine crisisRead post
Chime Welcomes Tech Ops Leader Aimie AronicaRead post
HR Veteran Crystal Ball joins Chime as VP of People OperationsRead post
Chime Welcomes New Leaders to Product OrganizationRead post
21 Savage Gets Real About Financial LiteracyRead post
Chime Adds Senior Leadership to Technology OrganizationRead post
21 Savage & Chime: Reconnecting with the Atlanta CommunityRead post
Charlie Finance is joining ChimeRead post
Chime’s Whole Lotta Good: $25 Spotme IncreaseRead post
Chime’s Ongoing Commitment to Diversity and InclusionRead post
Don’t call us a bank
Chime is a financial technology company founded on the premise that basic banking services should be helpful, easy, and free. We want to profit with our members, not from them. That’s why our model doesn’t rely on overdraft, monthly service, or minimum balance fees.
We partner with banks to design member-first financial products. This creates a more competitive market with better, lower-cost options for everyday Americans who aren’t being served well by traditional banks. We help drive innovation, inclusion, and access across the industry.
We created Chime because we believe everyone deserves financial peace of mind. We’re building a new kind of online bank account that helps members get ahead by making managing money easy.
Chime is a consumer fintech company and not a bank so we should not be referred to as “Chime Bank”. Chime partners with The Bancorp Bank, N.A. and Stride Bank, N.A., Members FDIC, that power the bank accounts used by Chime Members.
“Thanks to Chime’s SpotMe¹ feature, I played the superhero and saved the day: I was able to get baby formula and food for my family, as well as transportation to work.”
“Chime has been a great help in my day-to-day routine. App notifications help me keep track of where my money’s going; the Pay Friends feature allows me to send funds to my daughter, and SpotMe¹ helps me when I'm in a pinch.”
"As a mother of five children, there have been times where I couldn't afford groceries. SpotMe¹ covered $45 dollars that I needed for all my groceries. I cried on the way home."
"Adulting is always hard. By a certain age, you already want certain things to be lined up—credit especially. Chime’s Credit Builder card⁴ has provided the best way to get a jump start on the financial status I want."