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Lending platform Boopos raises $58m

Lending platform Boopos raises $58m

Miami-based lending platform Boopos has reportedly raised $58m in its Series A round, composed of debt and equity.
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Smava scoops up $34m for online loans marketplace

Berlin-based lending marketplace Smava has raised $34m in a Series C round of funding. The investment was led by Runa Capital.

Future Finance bags $28m for latest fundraise

Student loan lender Future Finance has raised up to $28m for its latest fundraise, FinTech Global can reveal.

DFI closes $50m, as Finstar looks to boost its presence in APAC

Lending platform Digital Finance International has received a $50m investment from Finstar Financial Group as the firm looks to boost its position in the APAC region.

Axiata Digital receives $70m in funding to support the expansion of its digital financial...

Axiata Digital, the digital service division of telecommunications conglomerate Axiata Group, has received $70m in funding to support the growth of its digital financial services.
Finexos bags funding to support loans without a credit score

Finexos bags funding to support loans without a credit score

Finexos, a FinTech aimed at improving access to lending without a credit score, has received a $695,000 funding round, which was led by Growth Capital Ventures.

Credit Peers raises ?45m in its latest funding round

UK-based P2B Credit Peers has received ?45m in its latest funding round from a European investment management firm.
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PeerStreet completes Series B on $29.5m

PeerStreet, a real estate loan investment platform, has completed its Series B funding round on $29.5m.

CampusLogic collects $120m in a minority investment from Dragoneer

Student finance support platform CampusLogic has collected $120m in a minority investment from Dragoneer Investment Group.

BNPL plarform Tamara closes MENA’s largest Series A round

Saudi Arabia-headquartered Tamara, a buy-now-pay-later (BNPL) platform, has scored the largest Series A in MENA.

News Stories

A $140m investment secured by cyber security firm BlueVoyant stole headlines in this week's FinTech funding rounds.

$140m BlueVoyant deal steals headlines in this week’s FinTech funding rounds

A $140m investment secured by cyber security firm BlueVoyant stole headlines in this week's FinTech funding rounds.
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The role of AML and transaction monitoring

In a world where opportunities for financial crime lurk in every corner, the need for strong AML and transaction monitoring practices are vital.
In the dynamic realm of risk management, pivotal factors are reshaping the role of risk executives. Financial crimes compliance, a pivotal aspect of risk management, necessitates vigilance and innovative strategies. Among these, four key factors—Revenue, Cost, Ethics, and Regulation—stand as paramount forces propelling risk leaders into the future.

The four pillars shaping the future of risk management

In the dynamic realm of risk management, pivotal factors are reshaping the role of risk executives. Financial crimes compliance, a pivotal aspect of risk management, necessitates vigilance and innovative strategies. Among these, four key factors—Revenue, Cost, Ethics, and Regulation—stand as paramount forces propelling risk leaders into the future.
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The future of financial compliance: Agile management through automation

The landscape of financial regulations is ever-changing, posing a significant challenge for compliance in the financial services industry.
The London Market is on the precipice of a digital transformation, and one significant initiative propelling this change is the Core Data Record (CDR) introduced by Lloyds as part of the Lloyd’s Blueprint Two programme. This strategic move aims to standardise and streamline the collection of critical transaction data, marking a pivotal leap in market efficiency. InsurTech Novidea explains why CDR matters for London market brokers. 

Why CDR matters for London market brokers

The London Market is on the precipice of a digital transformation, and one significant initiative propelling this change is the Core Data Record (CDR) introduced by Lloyds as part of the Lloyd’s Blueprint Two programme. This strategic move aims to standardise and streamline the collection of critical transaction data, marking a pivotal leap in market efficiency. InsurTech Novidea explains why CDR matters for London market brokers. 

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