Cross-border payments and money transfer company MoneyGram has inked a partnership with Global Money Express, the South Korean money transfer and payment FinTech company.
The Wirecard scandal sweeping across the European FinTech space intensified over the weekend with CEO Markus Braun leaving the company as the board says the missing €1.9bn ($2.1bn) "do not exist."
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German Wirecard saw its shares plunge by as much as 60% after the payment company revealed that €1.9bn ($2.1bn) was missing just as it was about to file its financial statements for 2019.
Mobile cross-border money transfer startup Chipper Cash plans to hire 30 more staff members after bagging $13.8m in fresh capital.
As Covid-19 forces more people to look for cashless alternatives, Mastercard and Facebook have inked a deal that offers a new way to send money digitally.
French FinTech iBanFirst has successfully raised €21m ($23.8m) in a Series C round, but things could reportedly have gone very differently.
On the back of signing multiple retail partnerships and partly due to the coronavirus, PayTech giant Klarna has announced that it has reached a record 7.85 million US customers.
Cross border payment company MoneyGram has inked a strategic partnership with Al Rajhi Bank, an Islamic bank.
Keeping up with all the comings and goings of the FinTech space is far from easy, but don't worry. We've got you covered with the deals that sent shock waves across the sector in the last week.