Amidst the coronavirus crisis, many FinTech companies have still been able to raise big rounds. Here are 35 of the successful investment stories that...
Vise, an AI-backed investment management platform, has scored $14.5m in its Series A round which was led by Sequoia Capital.
UK neobank Virgin Money has decided that suspending nearly 32,000 credit cards amidst a national crisis might not be such a good idea after all.
Briq, which offers financial forecasting for the construction industry, has reportedly netted $10m in its Series A round.
Estonia-based AskRobin, which helps consumers to compare loans, has reportedly raised $1.7m in funding.
Despite the hype around big data and data analytics, questions are placed on if it has it even come close to living up to the potential placed upon it.
FinTech SIA has launched a new blockchain infrastructure to power the Italian Banking Association’s Spunta Banca DLT application, which allows the reconciliation of reciprocal accounts among Italian banks through the use of distributed ledger technology.
Many RegTech solutions have artificial intelligence at the core of their solutions, but the founder of Ascent has warned that they need to be aware of the ethical pitfalls using the technology can entail.
Having previously invested in several FInTech companies, Partech is now aiming to inject even more capital into promising ventures after closing its latest seed fund – Partech Entrepreneur III.
Tinvio, which helps connect merchants and their suppliers, has reportedly raised $5.5m in its seed funding round.