FinTech unicorns and startups to face a coronavirus-created “vicious cycle” that could slash their...
The global COVID-19 outbreak could worsen business and funding conditions as well as changing private FinTechs’ exit options, according to a new report.
The European Parliament (EP) has achieved an agreement with the European Council on new EU-wide rules for crowdfunding.
Catering to underbanked people could add a massive boost to the global economy, according to a new study from Oxford Economics.
E-money institution and investment firm Project Imagine has launched Pi1, a cloud-based digital banking services platform, to support banks and FinTechs around the world.
CrowdStreet, an online marketplace for real estate investing, has raised $12m in Series C funding within just one month.
Exeter-based Crowdcube has facilitated its 1,000th successful crowdfunding as FinTech startups lead the way.
Cashless donation technology developer goodbox has hit its £1m crowdfunding target, which it is raising on the Seedrs platform.
In the third quarter of 2019, crowdfunding platform Crowdcube’s revenues rose to £2.2m despite the UK's upcoming divorce from the EU.
The backer and incubator of several FinTech companies Rocket Internet has had a smashing start of 2019.
Legalist, a FinTech startup and Y Combinator alumni, has just announced that it has completed a $100m venture round to help people finance their lawsuits.