In the same period as announcing a partnership with ZOPA, expect many more partnerships coming up
Uber signage inside the company's office. Taxi disrupting start-up Uber has already formed partnerships with companies as diverse as Spotify and Samsung, so it stands to reason it would make a deal with a bank. Tuesday, the $40 billion company announced a partnership with Capital One to give certain credit card holders discounts on rides. Passengers who use a Quicksilver card to pay for a trip on the mobile app will receive 20 percent back as a statement credit on each Uber transaction. The partnership ends April 30, 2016, Uber said in a statement. The user's credit will appear on a statement one to two business cycles after the charge is incurred.