Incuto, which aims to provide everyone with access to affordable finance, has closed a £1.75m funding round.
Railsbank, a banking-as-a-service provider, has scored $37m in its funding round to support the growth of its product suite.
Open banking company Tink has announced Klaus Holse as its new chairman of the board just as Sweden enjoys a surge of FinTech success...
A new study from Deloitte claims that 34% of banks have implemented digital account opening as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Having already established a partnership to assist with Covid-19 challenges, cloud banking company nCino and alternative mid-sized business lender ThinCats are now expanding their collaboration further.
Challenger banks and InsurTech ventures stood out among the 23 FinTech companies that successfully raised money last week.
The Hydrogen Technology Corporation, which builds embedded finance and international payments software, has received an investment from EML Payments.
Visa's $5.3bn acquisition of Plaid was supposed to be one of the biggest FinTech deals this year, but the US Department of Justice seems dead set against it and has filed a suit to stop the deal.
Arcus, which stylises itself as a FinTech-as-a-service platform, has collected an undisclosed investment from Citi Ventures.
Vivid Money has raised $17.6m in a Series A round led by Ribbit Capital and aimed at boosting the challenger bank's growth.