Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Podcast 420: Magnus Larsson of Majority

When an immigrant first arrives within the U.S. they face a myriad of challenges. A kind of core challenges is getting a checking account and changing into a part of the monetary system. Conventional banks discover it very tough to take care of these populations so, not surprisingly, fintech has come to fill within the hole.

My subsequent visitor on the Fintech One-on-One podcast is Magnus Larsson, the CEO and co-founder of Majority. It’s a fintech firm based by immigrants for immigrants that provides an all-in-one cellular banking answer tailor-made for brand spanking new arrivals on this nation. As you will see out they’re providing way over only a checking account.

On this podcast you’ll be taught:

Magnus Larsson of Majority
Magnus Larsson of Majority
  • The founding story of Majority.
  • Why Magnus moved again to the US.
  • The error that huge manufacturers make when coping with immigrants.
  • Why conventional banks discover it so onerous to serve immigrants.
  • Majority’s core product choices.
  • Why they work onerous to construct a neighborhood in addition to a digital app.
  • How they customise their merchandise to serve every nation’s diaspora.
  • Why they’ve opened bodily places in choose cities.
  • How they will open financial institution accounts with no social safety quantity.
  • Why they spent a lot time selecting their financial institution companions.
  • Particulars about their financial institution partnerships.
  • The important thing to success as a distinct segment digital financial institution.
  • What it was like elevating fairness capital in 2022.
  • The size that Majority is at at this time.
  • The place they’re on the journey to profitability.
  • Their totally different sources of income.
  • Magnus’s imaginative and prescient for Majority.

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Welcome to the Fintech One-on-One Podcast. That is Peter Renton, Chairman & Co-Founding father of Fintech Nexus.  

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Peter Renton: At the moment on the present, I’m delighted to welcome Magnus Larsson, he’s the CEO & Co-Founding father of Majority. Now, Majority is a distinct segment digital financial institution targeted on migrants and as an immigrant myself I used to be very eager to speak to Magnus. They’ve actually taken the ache factors that immigrants have once they arrive on this nation and offered a monetary platform to take care of these ache factors. 

We discuss what their product providing is, clearly, we discuss the kind of market and the fascinating factor they’ve finished which is the place they’ve created these bodily places, they’re a digital app however they’ve now bodily places in Florida and in Texas and we discuss in regards to the pondering behind that. We discuss their financial institution partnerships, what it was like elevating cash in 2022, a tough fundraising setting, we discuss in regards to the scale they’re at and far more. It was an interesting dialogue; hope you benefit from the present. 

Welcome to the podcast, Magnus.

Magnus Larsson: Thanks, Peter,

Peter: So, let’s get began by giving the listeners some background. I’d like to sort of get among the profession highlights and in addition the way you ended up on this nation.

Magnus: My background is from…initially you possibly can say within the huge corp world, I’m initially from Sweden, I’m an immigrant right here within the US from Sweden. I began inside an funding group known as Sanovnik, they’ve a whole lot of totally different media, telecoms, and so forth. and I spent my profession, the primary 9 years of my profession within the telecoms area. I began operators, I rebuilt operators, so to say, and the very last thing I did within the group was heading up one of many largest telecoms in Sweden known as Comviq. After that, me and two others, my co-founders, that additionally got here the group had been fascinated by what to do and we had this concept initially round Majority, however we ended up constructing one other enterprise known as Rebtel which was a global calling platform that we was a cross border platform that did pretty profitable, after which after that, three years in the past, we began Majority.

Peter: So, did you progress again to the US to begin this or do you come right here for an additional cause?

Magnus: So, I lived right here twice earlier than within the US, I studied right here partially and I labored right here as a Swedish instructor an extended time in the past once I was a bit of bit youthful, I moved right here a 12 months in the past to construct Majority. If you find yourself based as a Swedish firm out of Sweden, we concluded that to construct this efficiently one among us needs to be right here within the US, so I additionally determined to maneuver right here with my household.

Peter: Proper. Is that this an American operation or are you world?

Magnus: So, we began out of Sweden so we’ve got our tech finish product staff in Stockholm, however we’ve got all our business operations right here within the US in order that’s the place I’m sitting right here in Miami and we even have some again workplace and danger operations in Houston after which we’re working with native gross sales groups primarily out of Texas and Florida as of at this time.

Peter: Proper. So then, you touched on it, however I wish to dig into the founding story as a result of I feel it’s actually essential, I’m an immigrant as effectively. What was the concept type of launched Majority?

Magnus: I spent 10/15 years working with totally different migrant communities world wide principally already from the telco days, so to say, but additionally after that constructing Rebtel, a tech firm. The unique thought was really when 9 years again in the past it was two issues. Anybody that strikes to a different nation goes by means of an identical expertise, it’s a must to purchase these scratch playing cards to name again residence proper? (Peter laughs) Again within the days after which it is advisable to make mates, it is advisable to undergo the visa course of, it is advisable to get a job, you want to have the ability to ship cash and it’s a must to do all of that. So, from an issue perspective it was fairly clear for us that there was a whole lot of issues to do when you’re an immigrant that it is advisable to clear up. 

Secondly was additionally one other perception that we had that while you transfer to a different nation, and also you undergo that journey and also you’re on the lookout for …. take into consideration an organization or a model that’s for you, it doesn’t exist at this time. I feel perhaps some folks once they consider Western Union or Moneygram, however many of the corporations that exist for while you’re an immigrant and fixing some kind of downside, normally fixing one downside, however they’re price-focused, that’s simply so pure and a whole lot of occasions I feel these manufacturers have finished a mistake, they’re fascinated by customers. As immigrants, you’ve much less cash and wish to be an inexpensive model, however the very last thing you wish to really feel while you’re an immigrant is much less, so we wished to construct a model round Majority, that’s why we name it Majority as a result of the minorities of the world is almost all, that we felt was robust for you, that additionally catered for these kind of issues. 

However to roll ahead a bit of bit as a result of that’s perhaps the larger a part of it was that one of many key issues that we found over all of those years is that the start line while you’re beginning a life in a brand new nation is monetary inclusion in a approach. You have to get a checking account, it is advisable to have that checking account as a result of it is advisable to transfer cash, it is advisable to receives a commission, and I feel at this time even how do you order an Uber if you happen to don’t have a Visa card, you understand? It’s like all of these kind of belongings you want when you’ve an account. So, our product at this time is principally a checking account with a Visa card related, however we additionally took care, as a result of we wished to construct a broader factor the place we’ve got all of the cross border merchandise that you just want, sending cash, calling again and ensuring that the cash arrived. 

Possibly it is advisable to pay your telephone invoice at residence while you’re in a foreign country for some time since you wish to maintain that quantity that you just had again within the days, proper, some folks maintain them for all times. So, there’s like all of these totally different kind of cross border merchandise so you may say that’s the second area. The third area I feel that we’re once we develop larger, that we’ll look into can also be these typical belongings you’re going to wish while you arrive right here that isn’t actually fitted to you, you understand, it could possibly be insurance coverage, it could possibly be related issues like that.

Peter: Proper, proper. So then, why is it nonetheless at this time so onerous for conventional banks to serve immigrants, to offer that checking account?

Magnus: The start line is they aren’t constructed to serve immigrants as a result of if you happen to assume, I imply, the world is constructed of borders, proper, and inside borders you’ve legal guidelines and rules and you’ve got the group of people who have lived there and so they constructed their enterprise round that. In the event you’re fascinated by, you understand, me as being a Swedish immigrant that got here right here with a set of data, that got here right here with some set of concepts on the way it ought to work, and I feel everybody which have moved to a different nation and so they walked right into a financial institution at all times feels a bit of bit intimidated and I feel the start line is already there. After which many occasions, they haven’t considered the way you eat or what your perhaps identified information base and in addition, in fact, even perhaps even the obvious factor, is like perhaps typically language and tradition is such an enormous distinction.

Peter: Proper.

Magnus: In the event you’re taking a look at banking area, I feel the banking merchandise that we eat as an immigrant as effectively, we’ve got all of these mom-and-pop shops, the kiosks, all of these examine cashing you understand, there’s a complete myriad of bodily places. I feel the Kiwis and why you go there may be since you come additionally to the place the place you acknowledge the particular person on the opposite, you don’t know there may be somebody that speaks your language, that appears and feels and might clarify, and that you may belief so I feel there may be a whole lot of belief there as effectively.

Peter: Proper, proper. Let’s transfer to type of the providing that you’ve at this time, are you able to perhaps simply run us by means of what’s the core product suite that you just’re providing?

Magnus: It’s a digital product, it’s an app that we ship which features a checking account, a Visa card. With that you just additionally get worldwide remittances so you may ship a refund, you can too pay to your cellular prime up and on prime of that, let’s say you additionally get entry to an advisor help so you may take into consideration…that’s principally out of your nation. So, if you happen to’re Swedish, you’d communicate to a Swedish (inaudible) it’s a smaller neighborhood up right here within the US, however if you happen to’re Cuban, for instance, you’re going to get a Cuban advisor that helps you and explains the way it works. However the core thought across the product, you may give it some thought in a technique there, it’s like an Amazon Prime kind of providing in that side, however it’s additionally that we’re taking away the charges. 

So, you pay a month-to-month price like a subscription, like a Netflix however as a substitute of them paying charges, as a result of if you consider all of the merchandise that we’ve got included in our providing, it’s a historically fee-based state of affairs, take into consideration Western, you understand, you wish to ship cash, received to Western Union, pay $10. However as a substitute of paying the price on a regular basis, you’ve zero price, and also you pay one month-to-month price however you get entry to the suite of merchandise.

Peter:  Proper, proper, okay. So then, as folks have been utilizing the app, what’s the hottest use case, is it the debit card, is it the remittances, what are folks utilizing essentially the most?

Magnus: The inspiration of what we’re, proper, is a banking product, is a banking providing, in order that, however then it varies, it’s variated relying on which diaspora. For some international locations, there may be the remittance providers, perhaps one thing that’s sophisticated or costly the place our product may be very, very effectively finished. For some international locations, it’s tremendous costly to name again residence typically so the calling product could be fascinating or it could possibly be to pay for the telephone payments, for instance, which is one thing. So, it’s a bit of little bit of a spread, however we’ve got a reasonably broad mixture of all of the providers between, however it’s, you possibly can say neighborhood by neighborhood there’s slight variations.

Peter: Proper, proper. And so, are you targeted on any explicit neighborhood? You talked about Cubans, I imply, clearly Swedish, not an enormous variety of Swedes right here, clearly there are lots of people from Mexico and Spanish talking Latin America.

Magnus: Under no circumstances, like I’m from Sweden, proper, and I can solely be represented if we’re a Swedish immigrant, the one member core if you consider what we’re constructing is, we’re constructing a platform due to know-how issues that you just’re having are the identical, however on the subject of all of the excessive contact expertise, we’re constructing a neighborhood, migrant neighborhood, and we began the Cuban neighborhood, as I discussed. We even have Colombia, we moved on to Colombia, Venezuela, Mexico is dwell, we’re additionally doing Central American international locations and in addition international locations from the center of Africa like Nigeria, Ghana and Kenya.

Peter: Okay. So, what do they get, like what’s the distinction between somebody coming from Mexico than somebody coming from Colombia?

Magnus: Yeah. The cross border merchandise are totally different and principally how we work is that we’re figuring out….if you consider all of the totally different communities right here within the US and also you look right here, virtually each neighborhood have a focal metropolis, virtually like a capital throughout the US. To take the identical instance once more, like there’s roughly 1.5-2 million Cubans within the US, however there’s round 750,000 residing down right here in Calle Ocho and Hialeah in Miami the place I dwell. So, what we do is that we’re partnering with the native retailer house owners, and we’re hiring folks throughout the neighborhood to promote and market our product and that gives a really shut relationship. 

And we additionally opened up a bodily location in Hialeah right here which is likely one of the central factors the place….you consider it as a…we name them meet-ups the place you may come and meet us. We prepare the people who we rent, we additionally developed a coaching program round the place they will be taught English, the place folks may also develop into actually good salespeople. So, the Cuban neighborhood right here, they eat the merchandise that are the identical for all diasporas, however they get entry to native reductions within the native shops which are right here, typical for the Cubans, there are grocery shops right here, in Miami for instance, yeah, and also you get entry to those advisor networks for help.

Peter: So, you’re opening bodily places in, you mentioned you’ve one in Miami for Cuba, is the objective there simply to be nearer to the neighborhood as a result of most digital banks aren’t doing that, so I’m simply interested in what you’re getting out of the bodily location and do you’ve others exterior of Miami?

Magnus: Right here in Florida, we’ve got Miami, we’ve got Tampa, Orlando. In Texas, we’ve got in Houston and we’re opening up, as we communicate, a number of extra….the thought is to not have a number of, it’s not like a brick and mortar kind of play as the normal banks, however what we see and I feel what we be taught with working with all of the totally different communities is that it is advisable to construct belief, it is advisable to be current and we’re working with bodily folks which are promoting to different folks. So, we do the coaching facility, however we additionally wished to indicate the communities that we’re right here to remain. There’s even a phrase…with a whole lot of migrant teams within the US they name tech corporations “flash within the pan” as a result of they arrive and so they put up a stand, and so they depart.

Peter: Proper.

Magnus: Once more, comes again I feel to that, you understand, myself, I’m a Swedish immigrant, I can go and consultant and that’s why we’re constructing “by Cubans for Cubans,” “by Colombians for Colombians,” and we’re offering, so to say, the know-how platform at scale, however the business operations, it’s community-based.

Peter: Proper. Sounds such as you’re specializing in the non-English talking immigrants. I’m an immigrant from Australia, and clearly you’ve received Canada, you’ve received the UK as effectively, are these type of English talking areas not a spotlight?

Magnus: Nicely, we’re taking one neighborhood at a head, I feel we’ll come, in some unspecified time in the future, I feel even most likely each you and me have gone by means of our migrant journey, however we come from international locations the place we communicate pretty good English, shifting to an English talking nation, proper? And we come from, so to say, international locations the place you normally have some assets while you transfer. And if you happen to simply take into consideration the dimensions, so to say, of challenges you’ve…. and we’ve been beginning with a whole lot of the Hispanic talking and among the African communities and we did that additionally for among the varied causes. 

Some we began, for instance, with a few of them for compliance causes as a result of we wished to be…… for instance, Cubans that arrive within the US get a social safety quantity, so we wished to…since we’re not a financial institution ourselves, you understand, we wished to be a really, very strong compliance program. So, it comes from among the tactical, strategical, but additionally from the communities that we determined to proof and we wished to begin not with a, as you’re saying, Mexicans are the biggest diaspora within the US, we didn’t wish to begin with the most important first.

Peter: Proper, understood, understood. So, once I arrived on this nation, the difficult factor was, you understand, opening up a checking account. You wanted a social safety quantity and I feel I learn someplace that while you’re opening an account at Majority you don’t want that, how are you doing that and the way are you type of complying with clearly with the AML/KYC parts?

Magnus: The regulation within the US requires two most important issues of us as a monetary establishment and that’s that we all know that you’re you, and we all know that you’ve a residence right here, which means you’ve an handle right here within the US, that you just’re completely residing right here and that’s the most important regulation. So, while you’re opening a checking account with us we’ve got been spending a whole lot of time on that particular as a result of this can be a true ache level for nearly any immigrant that comes right here, typically it’s about timing, when do you get your social or not, so we’re adapting. 

So, you may have any government-issued ID from wherever on the planet, and we’re doing recognition of all of these, we’re matching all of these and we’re doing a whole lot of knowledge checks, so to say, within the background, how we’re verifying that you’re you as a result of that’s the core. And the second factor is that we’re then verifying your handle which is usually the classical elements of, you understand, a technique could possibly be a utility invoice or related. However right here’s one of many key issues, like whereas we’re additionally working diaspora per diaspora as a result of virtually every diaspora have a collection of documentations or paperwork that’s particular or distinctive to that side.

Peter: Proper.

Magnus: Mexicans, as you talked about, you understand, we get from the Consulate within the US you get one thing known as “matricula” so that you wish to guarantee that is one thing that you just really feel assured about and that we will confirm.

Peter: Okay. So, inform us about your companion financial institution relationships. I think about they’re actually essential for the success of your enterprise since you are offering monetary providers so inform us, who do you’ve relationships with?

Magnus: Many, really, we’ve got fairly a couple of banking relationships right here and I can inform you once we began, we had been the primary in our area making an attempt to construct this once we set off in 2019. Me and my co-founder, we got here right here and we had been knocking on each financial institution right here within the US looking for a companion and we mentioned hey, we’re two Swedish guys right here, we wish to do that and so they had been like oh, you’re within the US now, you’re not American? That was the primary problem and we mentioned we wished to work with Visa card and that’s additionally thought of barely excessive danger after which we mentioned oh, we additionally wish to do remittance (Peter laughs) after which we wish to work with immigrants, Nigerians after which Cubans, you understand, prefer to be trustworthy we run into fairly a couple of closed doorways, so to say.

Peter: I can think about.

Magnus: One of many first issues that they realized then is that we can’t solely be good on the subject of this area, we have to be extraordinarily good, we have to be higher, primarily than our companions. So, we spent a whole lot of time and I feel we ended up, on the finish of the day, we had 5/six financial institution companions from the start as a result of we additionally realized we wished to do that very, very secure. The 2 core underlying banks that we’ve got for issuing is Sutton and Axiom Financial institution after which we’re working with different multiples. We’re licensed in lots of states ourselves for them, it’s critical…yeah, it’s elementary, proper, to have nice partnerships within the area.

Peter: Proper. There’s a whole lot of digital banks on the market, a whole lot of area of interest digital banks, we’ve received one for pets, what do say to individuals who say to you, that we’ve got sufficient area of interest digital banks?

Magnus: I feel it’s partially true, I feel we would have seen, I imply, the final two or three years, I feel once we began in our area you may take into consideration our area of interest. We had been the primary after which 

Aspo? got here round which introduced just some days that they’re closing their digital financial institution in our area, however the core I feel round any enterprise on the planet is that do you’ve a related downside, do you’ve an actual downside? And I feel if you happen to can’t reply the issue you’re fixing, you may not have a distinct segment. In the case of what we’re doing is that we’re residing in an period of immigration world wide, there are 300 million migrants on the planet, it’s rising and anticipated to be half a billion. 

There’s 500 million people who wish to transfer to a different nation and I feel that is one thing that won’t cease, it is not going to, in different phrases change and what we’re making an attempt to construct with Majority is that we’re making an attempt to breakdown borders for folks to thrive and succeed as quick as doable once they transfer to a different nation. The issues, I feel you’ve skilled them, for certain I’ve skilled them, and our clients are experiencing them as effectively, that may be a actual downside. And I feel, proper now, since final 12 months with the massive change available in the market you’re going to see a big quantity and I feel we’re already seeing it taking place proper now, proper? Is that not all of them are fixing actual issues, they’re not getting clients, they aren’t getting funding, and so forth.

Peter: Proper, proper, okay, honest sufficient. So, effectively talking of funding, you’ve really raised cash in Q3 of final 12 months, that’s when it was introduced anyway, you understand, tough fundraising setting in 2022, what was it like elevating for a distinct segment digital financial institution throughout that point?

Magnus: Nicely, I feel final 12 months has been very totally different for lots of, I imply the setting utterly modified. We had been fortunate not directly, I don’t imagine in luck really, however I feel we’ve been performing as an organization nice and this was really an inside spherical. With the luck, I mentioned that investor group that we introduced in even from the seed spherical has led the seed spherical, the A spherical and the B spherical, and I feel that simply is a testomony to the onerous work that we’ve been doing and the progress that we’ve been making as a result of companies I feel will at all times exist and I feel you’ll at all times discover traders for these kind of corporations, it’s barely totally different however you understand.

Peter: We should always simply make clear too, that is Valar Ventures you’re speaking about, Peter Thiel’s, I do know it’s not simply Peter Thiel however his enterprise capital fund, proper?

Magnus: Sure, however on prime of that we’ve got some nice angel traders from the Nordics and a few enterprise capital additionally from the Nordics however Valar has led the final three rounds.

Peter: So then, are you able to give us a way of the dimensions you guys are at and I don’t know what you may share so far as variety of accounts, or variety of workers, the place are you at?

Magnus: So, we’re round and that is at all times tough,….we haven’t disclosed any like, numbers, however we’ve got reached an excellent milestone internally. As my Co-Founder & CFO has effectively mentioned, now we’re an actual firm (Peter laughs) perhaps you may guess that one, however by way of scale we’re round 80 folks within the firm, round 80 to 90 folks after which we’ve got round 300 of the gross sales advisors employed right here within the US. We’re continuously rising, we’re fairly pleased although throughout final 12 months and since final 12 months we’ve been very…we’ve been that because the begin. I imply, we’re perhaps extra seasoned, fairly operative staff since we began so we’ve at all times been cautious about cash, the right way to spend them and making an attempt to be as environment friendly as doable, however with excessive ambition so, yeah, we’re doing effectively, I feel we’re holding the lead.

Peter: So, you haven’t laid off anyone, and are you continue to hiring?

Magnus: Sure. We’re in a technique we’re at all times….I feel everybody ought to at all times be hiring since you at all times wish to discover the perfect folks, proper? Firms are constructed by folks not by anything and the higher folks you’ve, the higher firm you may construct. I feel we’ve been following our plan, our plan has at all times been to comply with our plan and we’ve got been doing that, I feel we’re one of many few that principally has been hitting our plans because the begin. We hope to try this and so long as we do this I feel we’re additionally hiring in that tempo.

Peter: I think about you’re not worthwhile but, what’s the plan for profitability?

Magnus: So, I imply, we’re nonetheless on the B stage, proper, so we don’t have far, we have to go by means of a couple of hurdles extra and one and a half funding extra I feel we’re at that stage, however it’s fairly environment friendly and at scale we shall be a incredible firm.

Peter: So, the income sources, you’ve received your subscription piece, I think about you’re sharing an interchange, what are the sources of income for you guys?

Magnus: Nicely, if you consider our pricing mannequin, it reminds extra perhaps of a Costco pricing, proper. I imply, if you happen to go to Costco, you pay your month-to-month price, however then they’ve sufficient few proportion factors additionally to cowl principally for different issues round their providers and our mannequin is pretty much like that one. And when you’ve……if you consider our product, it’s really the core of the product, however it’s additionally a number of cross border merchandise. 

They add up collectively so it seems to be pretty good and in addition, I imply our clients…I like our mannequin as a result of over time we’ve finished a whole lot of enterprise circumstances and a whole lot of totally different fashions that say our…The fantastic thing about ours can also be it’s on the identical aspect, so to say, of the shopper, proper, as a result of at scale we’re going to have even higher capacity to cost among the providers at even decrease price, so our clients on common save someplace between $10 and $30 as much as $40 a month by utilizing our merchandise and such.

Peter: Okay, go it. So then, final query, I imply, what’s your imaginative and prescient right here, such as you discuss in regards to the pathway you’re on, what’s the top sport?

Magnus: Nicely, there’s quickly to be half a billion folks on the planet proper, which are immigrants and if we will proceed to cater for them and decreasing the boundaries and creating sooner alternatives for folks to thrive and succeed, I feel we’ve finished an important job. We began right here within the US as a result of by definition, it’s each in numbers and in addition nation constructed on immigration, proper. There are 50 million migrants right here sure, alone within the US so first step is to guarantee that we’re the chief right here within the US, and after that there’s a number of international locations that even have their portion of immigration. And I feel it should develop into the family identify that anybody which have moved to a different nation, the very first thing they consider. I feel we’re in a superb place.

Peter: Okay. Nicely, Magnus, we’ll have to depart it there, good luck to you. I want you had been current once I first arrived on this nation. It’s painful to get into the monetary system while you’re a brand new immigrant, however, you understand, I feel you’re offering a worthwhile service right here so better of luck to you.

Magnus: Thanks, Peter.

Peter: In the event you just like the present, please go forward and provides it a assessment on the podcast platform of your selection and be sure you inform your folks and colleagues about it.

Anyway, on that notice, I’ll log off. I very a lot respect you listening and I’ll catch you subsequent time. Bye.


  • Peter Renton

    Peter Renton is the chairman and co-founder of LendIt Fintech, the world’s first and largest digital media and occasions firm targeted on fintech. Peter has been writing about fintech since 2010 and he’s the writer and creator of the Fintech One-on-One Podcast, the primary and longest-running fintech interview collection. Peter has been interviewed by the Wall Road Journal, Bloomberg, The New York Instances, CNBC, CNN, Fortune, NPR, Fox Enterprise Information, the Monetary Instances, and dozens of different publications.

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