Gen Z has presented FinTechs with plenty of opportunities, but failing to understand important aspects of this group could prevent businesses from capitalising on them.
Personal financial management startup Lanistar has secured £15m to fund its upcoming launch later in 2020.
Nicolas Weng Kan, the former Google Compare and Confused.com CEO, has been named as the new head honcho of smart money app Yolt.
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US-based retirement savings platform Icon Savings Plan has reportedly collected $3.2m in its seed round.
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.
Wagestream, which helps employees get early access to earned wages, has raised £20m in its Series B as it seeks international expansion.
Nigerian-based FinTech Wallets Africa, which gives consumers an app to manage their money, has closed a new investment round as it looks to grow its presence in Africa.
Revolut’s new rainbow card to support LGBTI individuals sparks Twitter tirade demanding cards for...
Revolut has launched a new rainbow card to support lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex (LGBTI) human rights in Europe and Central Asia, but some people are not happy about it.
US online estate planning company Trust & Will has inked a partnership with Acorns, the financial wellness company, to provide families with the tools to better plan when it comes to their estate.