Why the Banks Can’t Do What We Do
Different Goals, Different Cultures, Different Future
Exeq is about creating a finance company for our future.
Exeq is about building financial products that people love.
Exeq is about creating a new, innovative infrastructure for spending — one that’s not bogged down by old tech and infrastructure.
Exeq is about building a diverse, smart, and inclusive culture so that we can solve real financial problems for all kinds of people.
Exeq is about financial well being not through loans and credit but through connecting people with better ways to spend that are unique to them.
Exeq is about creating an economy that’s more efficient through the utilization of modern technology.
Exeq is not about lending money.
Exeq is not about putting our users in debt.
Exeq is not about new credit cards, rates, and all that other financial jargon that most of us have no idea about.
Exeq is about creating something new and real in a space that’s filled with the old and misleading.
We’re a lot of things a bank can never be — and banks are a lot of things we don’t want to be.
So yes, banks can build apps. And yes, banks can have nice user interfaces.
But no, banks can’t do what we do.