From the 9th to the 13th March 2020, Manchester will be hosting Digital City Festival, a celebration of the booming digital economy in the North and beyond, and an opportunity for globally focused organisations to connect, innovate and collaborate.
larna’s push for hyper-growth landed it in the red for the first time in its history according to the company’s 2019 annual report, published on Wednesday
It’s been a tough 24 months for Revolut since its last funding round in 2018, here’s what happened. News that Revolut has landed a whopping $500m in additional funding will hardly surprise those who’ve followed the twists and turns of the digital banking group’s latest raise.
Senior level bankers and Fintechs from all over the world will come together from 21 – 23 April in Berlin for Efma’s Bank + Fintech conference. Successful partnerships between financial institutions and Fintechs will be on full display. Banks such as BNP Paribas, ING, Danske Bank, Société Générale, and BBVA will showcase how they have collaborated with Fintechs in order to meet the challenges of the new world of banking. Among the many Fintechs present will be Endor, Max, Mitto, Offr, and Personetics.
Allowance goes digital. Venmo has been noticed prototyping a brand new function that will enable grownup customers to create a debit card related to their account for his or her teenage youngsters.
Monzo continues to disrupt the banking industry as it takes on credit giants with its new in-app credit checks for customers.
Cobee, a Spanish fintech startup that has developed an employee benefit management app and accompanying card, has closed €2.1 million in “pre-Series A” funding.
Global investors poured money into the UK’s fintech sector last year, almost doubling the amount invested here between 2018 and 2019 — despite the rest of the world suffering a slight downturn in funding.
Intuit Inc. is nearing a deal to buy personal-finance portal Credit Karma Inc. for about $7 billion in cash and stock, in a move that would push the bookkeeping-software giant further into consumer finance, according to people familiar with the matter.
Cashplus, the leading UK challenger to banks, has launched a UK-first payment tracking for its SME credit card products.
Reuters Events today announced the globally recognised funds that will share how they factoring ESG into their investment strategies at this year’s ESG Investments Europe Summit.
Leading digital international money transfer company WorldRemit announces today a partnership with Varo Money, the leading fintech in digital banking in the U.S. The partnership will enable Varo customers direct access in the Varo app to the WorldRemit service, making it easy for Varo customers to send money abroad directly from their mobile phones.
As cybercrime continues to evolve and expand, a startup that is building a business focused on endpoint security has raised a big round of funding. SentinelOne has picked up $200 million, a Series E round of funding that it says catapults its valuation to $1.1 billion.
Weavr.io, the open collaboration platform that makes designing, building and taking a brand new payment service live in weeks, today announced that it has closed its seed funding round totalling £500,000.
The firm, which is backed by N26 investor Earlybird, has already launched in 2018 in Germany, with the news marking the start of the company's expansion across the whole of Europe.
London venture capital giant Atomico has today revealed the close of its fifth fund, aimed at young European tech startups, at $820m (£630.2m).
UK digital bank Monzo is planning to relaunch its paid-for account, having ditched it in September last year owing to poor customer feedback.
For the first time, in the fourth quarter of last year Russians made more payments digitally than with cash, according to analysis from Sberbank.
STASH has crossed more than $1 billion in AUM. Fuelled by an average deposit of just $28 per customer, the company has reached this milestone in four years.
Just over two in five (44%) UK adults will have a digital-only bank account in five years, equivalent to 23.2 million Brits, according to a study. Currently, almost a quarter (23%), about 12 million, Brits have a digital-only bank account, a survey of 2,000 Brits by finance comparison website finder found. A further fifth (21%) of Brits plan to get one in the next five years, with two-thirds (65%) of those planning to do so over the next year.