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Robinhood removes trading restrictions on stocks, including GameStop

News | Payments General | 05 Feb 2021

Online brokerage app Robinhood has removed temporary trading restrictions on all stocks, including GameStop and AMC, according to Reuters.

Robinhood, stock trading, trading, GameStop, online brokerage, app, AMC, US Treasury Secretary, Investor, financial market, regulator

South Korea extends ban on short-selling

News | Payments General | 05 Feb 2021

The South Korean Financial Services Commission has announced it will be extending a ban on short-selling after the GameStop share price pump.

South Korea, short-selling, GameStop, trading, retail investors, stock trading, anti-short, Celltrion

Robinhood raises USD 3.4 billion to cope with customer growth

News | Payments General | 02 Feb 2021

Robinhood has raised USD 3.4 billion to continue to support its record customer growth, including USD 1 billion in funding announced on January 29 2021.

Robinhood, funding, trading, investment, stocks, GameStop, banks, line of credit, equity, public offering, financial literacy, Ribbit Capital

Robinhood forced to raise USD 1 bln from investors

News | Payments General | 29 Jan 2021

The no-fee trading app Robinhood has been strained by the high volume of trading in stocks such as GameStop, prompting the company to seek additional funding.

Robinhood, trading, funding, investment, stocks, GameStop, banks, line of credit, equity, public offering

The untapped potential of digital money in cross-border payments and trading

Voice of the Industry | Payments General | 27 Jan 2021

The Paypers' Mirela Ciobanu dives deeper into how digital money can affect cross-border payments, and the challenges merchants have to face when trading internationally

The Paypers, digital money, cross-border payments, trading, COVID-19, ecommerce, currencies, supply, payment methods, regulations, global merchants, payment ecosystem, PSP, CBDC, crypto, stablecoin

SIA, WizKey partner for credits trading on blockchain

News | Cryptocurrencies | 26 Jan 2021

Italy-based fintech SIA has partnered with fintech WizKey to launch a platform available to banks, funds, and financial operators to negotiate credits on blockchain, according to the official press release.

SIA, WizKey, partnership, Credits, trading, blockchain, Italy, fintech, banks, DLT, NPL, credit trading, digitisation, due diligence

Japan government-backed investors agree to Invest In iSTOX

News | Payments General | 22 Jan 2021

Two government-backed investors in Japan have concluded an agreement to invest in global digital securities platform iSTOX, as iSTOX closed its Series A funding round with a total of USD 50 million raised.

digital securities, iSTOX, MAS, investment, trading, funding, asset management, Singapore Exchange, fintech, multi-asset platform, secondary trading

US-based Xalles to acquire Vigor Crypto Holdings

News | Cryptocurrencies | 04 Jan 2021

Fintech Xalles Holdings has announced the future acquisition of crypto platform Vigor Crypto Holdings as a wholly owned subsidiary under Xalles Capital. 

Xalles, Vigor Crypto Holdings, US, acquisition, cryptocurrency, fintech, Bitcoin, Chainlink, trading

Revolut reveals new plans and launches its Revolut Plus

News | Mobile Payments | 18 Dec 2020

The UK-based financial superapp Revolut has revealed a revamp of its paid plans and the addition of Revolut Plus. 

Revolut, Revolut Plus, product launch, mobile payments, online payments, trading, accounts, virtual cards

New guidance on invoice usage in Vietnam

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 14 Dec 2020

Vietnam’s government has issued Decree 123/2020/ND-CP on invoices and documents to consolidate regulations on invoice usage and settle the difference among these regulations, according to lexology.com.

Vietnam, government, guidance, invoice, e-invoice, regulation, decree, ecommerce, trading, insurance

Hong Kong to regulate cryptocurrency trading platforms

News | Cryptocurrencies | 03 Nov 2020

Hong Kong-based markets watchdog has announced to regulate all cryptocurrency trading platforms operating in the financial hub, according to Reuters.

Hong Kong, SCF, cryptocurrency, trading, platform, crypto, Securities and Futures Commission, Bitcoin, Token, security, future

Crypto exchange Huobi enables card payments without third-party KYC checks

News | Cryptocurrencies | 28 Oct 2020

Cryptocurrency exchange Huobi Global has announced an overhaul to its payment service systems, allowing users to purchase digital currencies with Visa and Mastercard without third-party KYC checks.

Huobi, Visa, MasterCard, cryptocurrency, trading, card payments, KYC

KGI Asia, Itiviti partner for global markets' trading

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 19 Oct 2020

Electronic trading provider Itiviti has announced that Hong Kong-based equity broker KGI Asia has selected its multi-asset order management solution for high and low-touch trading

KGI Asia, Itiviti, trading, global markets, Hong Kong, electronic trading, equity broker, multi-asset, order management solution, OMS, trading, CARE, DMA, customer flows, onboarding

India, trading partners face USD 38 bln growth opportunity, Standard Chartered report

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 13 Oct 2020

Standard Chartered has released its Trade Opportunity Report, revealing how businesses could increase exports to India by more than USD 21 billion annually.

India, trading, trade growth, Standard Chartered, Trade Opportunity Report, exporter, bilateral trade, trade opportunity, COVID-19, US, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, UK, ASEAN, Thailand, Vietnam, South Korea, France, Germany

Liquidnet set to be acquired by TP ICAP

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 09 Oct 2020

UK-based fintech Liquidnet has announced that it will be acquired by professional intermediary TP ICAP for between GBP 444 millions to GBP 540 millions.

Liquidnet, TP ICAP, acquisition, UK, investment network, liquidity, B2B, trading, fintech

Goldman Sachs to acquire GM's credit card unit for USD 2.5 bln, WSJ

News | Payments General | 02 Oct 2020

Goldman Sachs has announced the buying of General Motors’s credit card business for about USD 2.5 billion (GBP 1.94 billion), according to the Wall Street Journal cited by Reuters.

Goldman Sachs, GM, General Motors, credit card, WSJ, Wall Street Journal, banks, credit card business, Wall Street, bank, Barclays, credit card issuer, Capital One Financial, investment banking, trading, consumer banking, JP Morgan, Citigroup, Apple, US, COVID-19, pandemic

Citi, JP Morgan, and State Street invest in fintech Capitolis

News | Payments General | 11 Sep 2020

JP Morgan, Citigroup, and State Street have invested USD 11 million in Capitolis, a US-based technology startup that seeks to help banks use capital more efficiently, according to Reuters.

Citi, JP Morgan, State Street, Spark Capital, Index Ventures, Sequoia Capital, Capitolis, fintech, startup, Reuters, US, United States, banks, capital, software, capital markets, liquidity, financial institutions, trading, financial crisis, risky trades, capital banks, residual trades, derivatives portfolios, investors

Mogo plans to launch a mobile P2P payment solution

News | Mobile Payments | 01 Sep 2020

Canada-based financial technology company Mogo has announced plans to launch a mobile peer-to-peer (P2P) payment solution.

Mogo, launch, mobile payments, P2P, bank account, debit card, credit score monitoring, ID fraud protection, Bitcoin, trading, personal loans

Distichain, SECDEX team up for integrated digital custody services

News | Cryptocurrencies | 18 Aug 2020

Distichain, a SaaS provider of digital B2B ecommerce marketplaces, has teamed up with SECDEX Digital Custodian (SECDEX), a regulated digital custodian operating in Africa and the Middle East.

SaaS, digital B2B ecommerce marketplaces, trading, digital custodian, blockchain, trading, partnership, custody, escrow services, automated transfers

eBay to allow retailers to sell without fees for 3 months

News | Ecommerce | 06 Aug 2020

Following its ‘Always Open on eBay’ initiative, eBay has announced it will be allowing retailers to sell on the marketplace without fees for another three months.

eBay, fee-free, selling, retail, ecommerce, marketplace, bricks-and-mortar, trading