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Ayden deepens global partnership with BNPL Afterpay

FinTech firm Ayden has expanded its partnership with Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) platform Afterpay.

Jack Dorsey’s Block completes Afterpay acquisition

Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey’s digital payments platform Block (previously Square) has completed its acquisition of Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) firm Afterpay.

Gen Z and Millennial spending share to grow 48% by 2030,...

A quarterly report by the buy now, pay later (BNPL) business Afterpay has estimated that spending share by Millennials and Gen Z will grow to almost 50% by 2030.

Does regulation pose a threat to buy now, pay later market...

The BNPL market has seen a financial boon in recent years, creating market leading behemoths like Klarna, Affirm and Afterpay – who are all recording strong growth on the back of clear market demand. Could a growing call for regulation in the sector change this?

FCA calls for stricter buy now pay later regulations “to protect...

The buy now pay later sector may have had its best year ever in 2020, but now the UK’s top financial watchdog is calling for stricter rules “to protect consumers”.

Tamara secures $6m in new investment round as buy now pay...

Saudi Arabia-based startup Tamara has secured $6m of seed capital on the back of increased activity in the buy now pay later sector.

Quarter of Brits racked up £2.3bn via buy now pay later...

British consumers spent £2.3bn through buy now pay later schemes to fund their Christmas in 2020, according to new research from Credit Karma.

Openpay has officially launched in the US

Klarna and Afterpay just got more competition in the US as Australian buy now, pay later provider Openpay has just kicked off its operations in the country.

“Extortion scheme”: Afterpay and Klarna engage in war of words

Klarna and Afterpay are butting heads as market competition is getting fierce across the globe.

Zilch secures FCA authorisation as it aims to take on Klarna...

Buy now pay later startup Zilch has secured a consumer credit authorisation with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), which could be a first for the London-based venture.

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