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MX fintech announces USD 300 mln funding round

News | Online & Mobile Banking | 15 Jan 2021

US-based fintech innovator MX has announced a new round of financing to infuse the company with USD 300 million in capital as it reaches a valuation of nearly USD 2 billion.

MX, fintech, startup, investment, funding, banking, personal finance

Medius, Pagero to provide e-invoicing solutions

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 14 Jan 2021

Sweden-based Medius and Pagero have partnered to allow their joint customer base to receive and process e-invoices in a variety of formats across the globe.

Medius, Pagero, partnership, e-invoices, scf, trade finance, e-documents, Medius AP

Moneyhub, Aon to develop financial wellbeing app

News | Online & Mobile Banking | 14 Jan 2021

Moneyhub has partnered with risk, retirement, and health solution provider Aon to create its financial wellbeing app ‘Well One Money’, according to the official press release.

Moneyhub, Aon, UK, partnership, financial wellbeing, app, Well One Money, Open Finance, personal financial management, platform, data aggregation

UK, EU to talk over financial cooperation

News | Payments General | 13 Jan 2021

The UK has announced talks with the European Union in January 2020 on how regulators will cooperate over financial services after Brexit has been completed, according to Bloomberg.

UK, EU, finance cooperation, financial services, regulators, Brexit, Memorandum of Understanding, MOU

i2c, Jifiti to launch finance program for a major France-based retailer

News | Online Payments | 13 Jan 2021

i2c, a provider of digital payment and banking technology, has partnered with Jifiti, a consumer financing platform working to facilitate loan programs for banks, lenders, and merchants throughout Europe.

Jifiti, i2c, fintech, POS finance, retail, loan program, online payments

Innovation and regulation in the digital age - Interview with Jo Ann Barefoot, AIR

Interviews | Payments General | 13 Jan 2021

Jo Ann Barefoot, CEO and Cofounder of the Alliance for Innovative Regulation, shares her thoughts about digitisation, regtech, digital identity, financial inclusion, and how the new technologies are transforming financial regulation

Jo Ann Barefoot, Alliance for Innovative Regulation, interview, digitisation, fintech, regtech, digital identity, financial inclusion, financial regulation, fair finance, innovation, technology, financial crime

Surecomp, Absa Group to roll out pan-African trade finance digitisation across 10 countries

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 12 Jan 2021

Canada-based trade finance solutions provider Surecomp has announced that South Africa-based bank Absa Group has implemented its back-office trade finance solution IMEX in 10 countries.

Surecomp, Absa Group, Africa, trade finance, digitisation, IMEX, South Africa, bank

Indonesia-based Alami raises USD 20 mln in finding round

News | Payments General | 12 Jan 2021

Indonesia-based fintech Alami Technologies, has announced that it has raised over USD 20 million in equity and debt funding in a round led by AC Ventures and Golden Gate Ventures.

Alami, Indonesia, equity, debt funding, trade finance, MSMEs, sharia finance, fundraise

South Korean Shinhan Bank to offer crypto custody-related services

News | Cryptocurrencies | 11 Jan 2021

Shinhan Bank, a large commercial bank in South Korea, has announced plans to offer digital asset custody services.

CBDCs, South Korea, decentralised finance, Shinhan Bank, digital assets, custody services, crypto

VibePay announces launch of VibePay Business dashboard

News | Online & Mobile Banking | 07 Jan 2021

VibePay, a UK-based payments platform, has announced the launch of its new VibePay Business dashboard. 

VibePay, VibePay Business, payments, finance

Nucleus Commercial Finance to lend GBP 200 mln via CBILS

News | Payments General | 06 Jan 2021

UK-based alternative lender fintech Nucleus Commercial Finance has pledged to lend GBP 200 mln to SMEs through the government-backed Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS).

Nucleus Commercial Finance, UK, CBILS, alternative lender, lending, fintech, coronavirus, government backed loan, loan scheme

InvestSuite receives EUR 3 mln in third seed funding round

News | Online & Mobile Banking | 06 Jan 2021

Belgium-based wealthtech firm InvestSuite has finalised its third seed funding worth EUR 3 million from existing investors PMV, AB Accelerator, 365.fintech, and others.

InvestSuite, investment, funding, AI, digital finance, wealth management

Lloyds, Satago, to run trial for invoice financing platform

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 04 Jan 2021

UK-based Lloyds Banking Group has decided to run a 6-month trial or pilot of an invoice financing platform offered by Satago Financial Solutions.

Lloyds, Satago, partnership, e-invoicing, UK, invoice finance, SME

UK fintechs call for a more market-led approach to providing open finance services

News | Online & Mobile Banking | 04 Jan 2021

A group of UK-based startups has asked the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to look into ending the control of traditional banking institutions, specifically their use of consumer data.

UK, fintech, FCA, Open Banking, banks, financial services, Coadec, Open Finance, TransferWise

State Bank of India offers trade finance solutions to Israeli corporates

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 24 Dec 2020

State Bank of India has announced it will be offering trade finance solutions and services to Israeli corporate businesses following the recent Abraham accords.

State Bank of India, SBI, Abraham accords, Israel, banking solutions, trade finance

Open finance startup Finantier accepted into Y Combinator

News | Online & Mobile Banking | 23 Dec 2020

Finantier, a Singapore-based open finance startup, has been accepted into Y Combinator’s Winter 2021 startup batch.

Finantier, Singapore, API, Open Banking, KYC, funding, Open Finance, Asia, banking

Liberis raises GBP 70 mln for SME financing

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 22 Dec 2020

Global embedded business finance platform Liberis has secured GBP 70 million in financing from British Business Investments, Paragon Bank, BCI Europe, and Silicon Valley Bank (SVB)

Liberis, financing, SME, embedded business finance, platform, UK, COVID-19, small business, cash flow, bank, lender, CBILS

Finverity, Abu Dhabi Global Market partnership to boost supply chain finance

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 21 Dec 2020

Finverity has partnered with the Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM), Abu Dhabi’s international financial centre, to boost supply chain finance.

banks, fintechs, supply chain finance, UAE, data, KYC, credit scoring, risk scoring, lending, finanacial data

Trade finance bank Euro Exim to use RippleNet for payments

News | Payments General | 18 Dec 2020

Global trade finance bank Euro Exim is working with Ripple to connect banks, payment providers, and digital asset exchanges via RippleNet, ambcrypto.com.

Trade finance, bank, Euro Exim, RippleNet, payments, payment provider, digital asset exchange, xCurrent, On-Demand Liquidity, ODL, blockchain, XRP, cross-border payments

TReDS platform M1xchange secures USD 4.5 mln investment

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 18 Dec 2020

Reserve Bank-approved TReDS platform M1xchange has raised USD 4.5 million in equity round funding from Singapore-based BENEEXT Asia and Mayfield.

TReDS, M1xchange, investment, RBI, Reserve Bank, Singapore, BENEEXT Asia, Mayfield, SCF, supply chain finance, licence, MSME