Tomorrow bags $2.5m seed funding round

Tomorrow has bagged $2.6m in seed funding, alongside the launch of its mobile app, which helps families with their financial and legal decisions.

Russia-based digital bank TalkBank closed $1m seed round

Russia-based digital bank TalkBank has reportedly closed a $1m seed funding round from investors including IIDF.

Deposit Solutions closes $20m round from existing shareholders

Open banking platform Deposit Solutions has closed a $20m investment round from existing shareholders.

Ascensus acquires Qualified Plans to support its retirement plan offerings

Ascensus, a technology solution developer for banks and asset managers, has acquired Qualified Plans LLC.

BABB raises $20m as it looks to acquire a UK banking license

BABB (Bank Account Based Blockchain) has raised its $20m goal for its token sale, as it looks to receive a UK banking license.

Metro Bank announces Insights, a new personal finance service

British challenger bank Metro Bank has revealed its AI-powered money management service Insights.

Luge looks to back FinTech & AI solutions with $75m fund

Luge Capital is looking for early-stage FinTech companies and artificial intelligence (AI) solutions applied to financial services following its $75m financing.

IndiaLends said to raise $10m in Series B led by ACP Partners

Online credit scoring and analytics platform IndiaLends has reportedly raised $10m in its Series B round.

SME banking and accounting app raises £2.3m in seed round

SME banking and accounting company Countingup has received £2.3m in its seed round of funding. The investment was led by Forward Partners, with participation also...

Student Loan Genius rebrands as Vault

Student Loan Genius, a loan support platform for employees, has changed its name to Vault.

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Pakistan hopes to soon be out of FATF’s grey list

Pakistan is hoping to be removed from the Financial Action Task Force’s (FATF) grey list soon after it improved its foreign and internal policies.

Cybercrime is rife in Latin America but is often overlooked study finds

Drug cartels, political corruption, economic struggles and internet censorship are all factors that have contributed to making Latin America a hotbed for cybercrime, according to a new report.

Seven more countries on Financial Action Task Force’s watchlist

The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has added an additional seven more countries to its high-risk jurisdictions list for deficiencies in their anti-money laundering or counter terrorism financing protocols.

77% physical security systems are in desperate need of an update

European IT executives are worried about the physical security of their systems, according to a new survey.

Five African nations placed on the FATF’s grey list because their weak money laundering...

The Financial Action Task Force (FATC) has placed Botswana, Ghana, Mauritius, Uganda and Zimbabwe on their grey list, meaning they need to do more to tackle money laundering and terrorism financing.