In its mission to rebuild trust in the banking industry, Icelandic neobank indó has signed a partnership with Lucinity to bolster its anti-money laundering (AML) defences.
UK-based FinTech Curve has unveiled a new premium Curve Metal card and a range of benefits available to its customers in the European Economic Area.
Dutch Rabobank has just developed unveiled some tools to streamline COVID-19 related loan modifications that have already saved the bank 50,000 hours of work.
Confluera, an autonomous detection and response platform for cyberattacks, has closed its Series B round on $20m.
Cybersecurity firm Regulus Cyber has netted $4m as part of a future Series B round led by SPDG Ventures, the holding company of the Périer-D'Ieteren family, owners of Belgium's largest automotive business.
US cybersecurity company Cygilant is opening a new office in Northern Ireland, which could create 65 new jobs.
Having already rolled out its deposits services across Europe, Goldman Sachs and PayPal-backed FinTech Raisin is now giving US banks and credit unions the opportunity to tap into the service.
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Open banking startup Tink has integrated its software into Nordea’s mobile banking app to deliver a personalised financial overview for the bank’s customers in Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark.
AI mortgage advisor Home Lending is one of the six startups to receive funding from NC IDEA, a private foundation supporting North Carolinian companies.