The AMTD Singapore Solidarity Fund has completed the first five FinTech investments of its new S$50m ($36.7m) fund.
From cybersecurity unicorn Snyk's $200m funding round to payment service provider startup Mollie's €90m new cash injection, the last week was full of FinTechs completing funding rounds.
London-based MarketFinance has secured a £50m loan investment from Israeli asset manager Viola Credit to help UK businesses struggling because of the pandemic.
California and Vietnam-based FinTech company Fvndit has secured $30m in a round led by Accial Capital and Variant Investments.
Freelance and startup-focused FinTech Salaryo has bagged $5.8m in a funding round and announce plans to grow into a full digital business banking service.
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Dutch cloud-banking FinTech Ohpen has acquired cross-border loan and mortgages software provider Davinci.
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UK challenger bank Tandem is getting rid of its credit card line since it proved too costly and will now pivot towards homeowner financing after potentially having suffered a down round.
Point-of-sale financing provider LendingUSA has closed a new credit facility and received a total financing package of up to $200m from Atalaya Capital Management.