Citigroup Inc C.N has made a strategic investment in Genesis Global Technology Limited, a London-based startup that develops technology to make it cheaper and faster for financial firms to build applications such as trading systems, the companies said on Monday.
A new report from Deloitte highlights that, despite some progress, women remain generally underrepresented in the fintech sector.
Based on the number of members, the top 3 industries on LinkedIn are Financial Services, Higher education, and IT. With nearly 2 million users from the Finance industry alone, you cannot sideline LinkedIn as a prospect for getting hired and liaise with like-minded professionals to gain knowledgeable insights.
PPS, formerly PrePay Solutions, and subsidiary of Edenred, has announced its partnership with Vybe, the fintech dedicated to young people.
Razer Fintech, the financial technology arm of Razer, has collaborated with digital payments company Visa, to unveil a brand-new Visa prepaid solution – the Razer Card.
While some fintech players may struggle initially, many fintech leaders believe the pandemic will drive long-term sustainable growth of the fintech sector, according to a global survey of fintech experts.
Fintech is booming in Singapore, a city known for being a global financial hub. The island city-state has received the lion’s share of funding in Southeast Asia over the past five years, and funding has only increased exponentially.
Access to financial services is one of the most pressing issues of the modern days. In theory, the modern financial system provides a lot of opportunities and financial services, such as bank accounts, savings, credit, investment products, etc, but in reality larger populace of even most countries do not have access even to the very basic financial services. Investment is even worse in terms of accessibility.
Financial technology or fintech companies began to emerge as a result of the deficiencies of traditional banking, offering competitive value propositions, simplifying with technology access to financial services such as payments, investments, remittances, savings, etc.
OSLO, 6th October 2020: The company formerly known as Auka has changed its name to Settle Group in order to unify and best reflect its mobile payments product offering.
Glass Lewis, CGLytics and the Council of Institutional Investors Identify Equity Portfolio Exposure to Governance Risks
Codat – a London-based technology company that connects the internal systems of small businesses to banks, fintechs and other financial institutions, allowing business data to flow back and forth in real time – has announced it has become a Microsoft partner.
Funding for female entrepreneurs in financial technology has grown in recent years, yet startups founded by women still face more difficulties raising cash than do other firms, a study shows.
The Aryza Group has launched Aryza Recover, a powerful new digital solution designed to automate the management of payment plans and collection strategies.
French fintech startup October has raised some fresh capital to invest in small and medium companies on its lending platform. Overall, the company has gathered $300 million (€258 million) from various partners that will be deployed over the next few years.
The financial services industry has seen severe disruption, but that has only opened opportunities for entrepreneurs to leverage technology to deliver services more efficiently.
Greenlight Financial Technology, the fintech company that pitches parents on kid-friendly bank accounts, has raised $215 million in a new round of funding.
The Estonian fintech startup SPARQ, which promises to change how we manage personal finances, has secured financial backing of €450K from the Baltic International Bank, taking the total funding to over €500K.
Seven months after the coronavirus pandemic first hit the U.S., even self-proclaimed Luddites have migrated much of their day-to-day life online.
One of the most transformative trends in fintech taking shape today is embedded finance. It used to be that financial services was an industry unto its own – there was healthcare, education, commerce, metals & mining, etc… and of course financial services.