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US-based retirement savings platform Icon Savings Plan has reportedly collected $3.2m in its seed round.
Open banking startup Railsbank has announced that it has launched in the US and that it has already signed up digital banking platform Unifimoney as its first customer.
Australian challenger bank 86 400 has kicked off another investment drive with the goal to raise $34m to fund expansions into the mortgage market.
The interim chief executive at the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) wants to start a dialogue about how to protect the investment fund management industry in the coronavirus aftermath.
While many have predicted that artificial intelligence could change how financial services operate, Kidbrooke notes that the revolution has yet to manifest. Could Covid-19 change that?
Nude is the savings and financial advice app which is helping first-time home buyers and it is nearing the goal of its crowdfunding campaign.
UK challenger bank Tide has frozen the issuing of Bounce Back Loans for small businesses after its funding efforts fell through, leaving customers crestfallen and in tears.
Wagestream, which helps employees get early access to earned wages, has raised £20m in its Series B as it seeks international expansion.
Neobanks in the Nordics are on the rise and Swedish contender Northmill has not been resting on its laurels to meet the demand, having just introduces fixed-rate savings accounts.