11 UK FinTechs to build connections with Australia
Eleven UK FinTechs have arrived in Australia on a special government trade mission to build connections with businesses and government in the country.
Currencycloud explores the future of payments in APAC
Currencycloud, an international payment solution and infrastructure developer, has released a report exploring the future of payments in APAC.
WealthTech is really heating up in Europe
The WealthTech market continues to grow at a rapid rate. The wealth management platform market is expected to grow at a 13.8% CAGR to reach $9.18bn by 2028, according to research from Insight Partners. The value of the market in 2021 was $3.71bn.
Finding the secret sauce of standing out in FinTech
As the market becomes more flooded with FinTech solutions, it becomes harder to stand out from the competition. Simply offering digital tools is not enough to keep market share.
Currencycloud partners with Australian FinTech Bano for new FX Converter tool
International payment solution and infrastructure developer Currencycloud will help Bano, a new Australia-based financial superapp, launch its FX Converter tool to make remittances easier.
Why alternative lending is not a passing trend
Over the past few years, alternative lending has seen its position in the lending market grow considerably as needs and requirements change. In a recent post by cross-border payments firm Currencycloud, the company outlined why it believes alternative lending is not a passing trend.
What sets challenger and traditional banks apart?
In an ever-increasing digital world, being seen as ‘traditional’ can sometimes be like having a millstone around your neck. In the world of banking, the division between traditional and challenger banks is becoming even more cutthroat.
Currencycloud teams with Velanis for remittance app for Swiss-based Kosovar population
Currencycloud, which builds international payment solutions and infrastructure, has teamed up with Switzerland-based Velanis AG to support the launch of Swinto.
How banks can benefit from FinTech innovation
While banks held sway as the dominant power in finance for decades, the rise of FinTechs is creating a new challenge for banks in maintaining the number one spot.
Currencycloud secures Australia licence
Currencycloud has revealed that it has been granted an Australian Financial Services (AFS) licence by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission.