FinTech companies in the Nordics raised nearly $1.2bn in the first three quarters of the year with Klarna and Tink closing large investments.
Companies in the UK completed 116 deals in the third quarter raising £1.8bn, the highest level in 12 months.
The three largest InsurTech deals so far this year all took place during the third quarter.
The global data protection as a service market is expected to grow considerably in the next seven years, reaching a whooping $103.8bn in 2027.
A new report from the Financial Stability Board highlights both the risks and opportunities in the growing RegTech and SupTech markets.
WealthTech companies raised $2.8bn in the third quarter of 2020 across 111 transactions, a five-quarter high for deal activity.
The total funding recorded in Q3 is just half of the total raised in the opening quarter of 2020 as the pandemic leaves investors wary of writing big cheques.
Despite Covid-19 causing a spike in digital threats, investment into cybersecurity has cooled down.
FinTech companies in the country recorded only a single deal over $50m so far this year compared to six in 2019.
FinTech funding in Germany in H1 declined by 73.3% compared to the opening six months of 2019.