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Brex Inc. is an American financial service and technology company based in San Francisco, California. Brex offers business credit cards and cash management accounts to technology companies. Brex cards are business charge cards, which require at least $100,000 in a bank account, or in monthly sales, to open, and cardholders who default won't damage their personal credit or assets. Emigrant Bank issues the Brex cards.Brex was founded by Brazilians Henrique Dubugras and Pedro Franceschi on January 3, 2017. They had previously founded online payments company, Pagar.me, before selling it to Stone.

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