By the time Rhydian Lewis set out to transform the way people save and borrow money, he’d already been part of a company that was using the internet to upturn an established business model.
After finishing a degree in modern languages at Bristol University in 2003, Lewis, now 36, joined online betting exchange Betfair. Betfair allowed gamblers to deal direct with each other, cutting out the bookmakers.
Lewis began to ponder whether the same thing could [...]
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