HKMA launches strategy for bolstering Hong Kong FinTech market
The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) has unveiled a new strategy for driving FinTech development in Hong Kong.
ZEDEDA bags Series B
ZEDEDA, which provides a scalable cloud-based orchestration solution that delivers visibility, control and security for distributed edge computing, has raised $26m in Series B funding.
Ethical hacking platform Cobalt bags $29m
Danish cybersecurity startup Cobalt has secured $29m in a Series B round to fund the further expansion of its services.
Why Jay-Z-backed Ethos and crypto-based firms aced among the 40 FinTechs raising money last...
From crypto startups raising millions despite Elon Musk pulling out of the bitcoin frenzy to subscription-based firms capitalising on the Covid-19 crisis, this is what you can learn from the 40 FinTech funding rounds of last week.
Entertainment industry payroll software provider Cast & Crew changes private equity hands
EQT is the latest private equity owner of entertainment industry payroll and HR tech developer Cast & Crew Entertainment Services, after agreeing a buyout from global tech investment major Silver Lake.
ScaleFactor nets $60m in Series C led by Coatue
ScaleFactor, a smart finance and automated accounting platform, has netted $60m in its Series C round led by Coatue.
Online SMEs could save £19k a month in transaction fees through open banking
Research by Yolt has found that the adoption of open banking could save SME online retailers over £19,000 a month in transaction fees alone.
Accenture to invest $3bn over the next three years to fuel FinTech migration to...
Tech giant Accenture has announced plans to invest $3bn over the next three years to fuel migration to the cloud for its banking and financial services partners.
CRIF and SIA sign partnership to boost banks’ digital transformation
Credit company CRIF and payment technology enterprise SIA have inked a strategic partnership agreement to offer open banking services and applications in Italy and Europe.
Russian charged for trying to recruit company employee to install malware
The US Department of Justice has charged a Russian citizen who travelled to the US to recruit a big company employee to install malware on the business' computers.