Australian Robinhood-clone Superhero has bagged $8m with the aim to disrupt the nation's online investment industry.
Last week proved a huge win for challenger banks and the Latin American FinTech sector. Check out these funding rounds to find out why.
The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has issued a new report on the impact of the pandemic, saying that the environment "remains fragile."
While Robinhood's massive Series G round may have secured the most headlines last week, InsurTech and PropTech ventures bagged the most capital injections.
Crowdfunding platform Crowdcube has launched a new product called the Direct Community Offer (DCO), aimed at enabling later-stage startups to raise liquidity for early investors without going public.
FinTech leaders have joined forces to launch the Fintech Equality Coalition to actively fight inequality within the industry and society in large.
Digital securities company Akemona has registered with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and is now a member of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA).
Of the 26 FinTech companies to raise rounds in the last seven days, cybersecurity and InsurTech companies enjoyed the most cash injections.
Trumid Financial, which aims to improve credit trading, has become the year’s latest FinTech unicorn, following the close of a $200m round.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has launched several initiatives to boost the adoption of its new interest benchmark.