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Introducing Brex Cash, replace your bank account

We’ve long felt there is an acute need for a new kind of business financial operating system. One built for ambitious companies that could drastically reduce the time needed to run what should be simple workflows. One that lets them focus on growth, rather than managing their cash. And one that provides a delightful and elegant experience to the user. We have first-hand experience with the challenges that come with launching a company, and know many of our customers face the same challenges. So we built one from scratch.

Allow us to introduce Brex Cash*. It’s a cash management account that you can set up minutes after you close your first funding round or after you decide you want to open a Brex corporate card account. You earn an industry-leading yield on your cash and pay no fees on wire transfers. And we’ve simplified the experience to get payments and transfers done in seconds—not in the minutes or hours you’re used to spending.

We set out to build a product that is not simply bolted on to existing bank software and infrastructure. Just as we built the Brex card by rethinking the traditional underwriting model of corporate credit cards, Brex Treasury is now doing the same with cash management accounts, by offering a product that reflects how the future of banking services should look. It’s the same approach we’ve taken with our integrations and control features to help later stage companies scale, such as our recent launch of the first corporate credit card integration with Oracle NetSuite, also built from the ground up.

When we start to build a product, we start with our customers—building for not just the next few years, but the next ten. Brex Cash is our next step in helping to accelerate entrepreneurs and help our customers scale.

1. This post describes a product offered by Brex Treasury LLC, a subsidiary of Brex Inc. Brex Inc. offers a corporate credit card.

Brex Cash allows customers to sweep uninvested cash balances into certain money market mutual funds. You could lose money by investing in a mutual fund. Although the fund seeks to preserve the value of your investment at $1 per share, it cannot guarantee it will do so. An investment in the fund is not insured or guaranteed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation or any other government agency. The fund's sponsor has no legal obligation to provide financial support to the fund, and you should not expect that the sponsor will provide financial support to the fund at any time.

Member of SIPC. Securities in your account protected up to $500,000. For details, please see

Please see for more information and important disclosures. Brex Treasury is a registered broker-dealer and member of FINRA, and is not a bank. For further information about the background of Brex Treasury LLC, please see

Brex Treasury does not charge customers fees for these types of transactions; however, certain additional fees and charges may apply. See for more information.

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©2020 Brex Inc. “Brex” and the Brex logo are registered trademarks.The Brex Mastercard® Corporate Credit Card is issued by Emigrant Bank, Member FDIC. Terms and conditions apply. See the Brex Platform Agreement for details.Brex Inc. provides a corporate card. Brex Treasury LLC is an affiliated SEC-registered broker-dealer and member of FINRA and SIPC that provides Brex Cash, a program that allows customers to sweep uninvested cash balances into certain money market mutual funds or FDIC-insured program bank accounts. Investing in securities products involves risk, including possible loss of principal. Neither Brex Inc. nor any of its affiliates is a bank. Please see for important legal disclosures.