Tag: Currencycloud

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.

Wombat, Currencycloud team to unveil instant investment account

Wombat Invest, a micro-investment platform, has partnered with Currencycloud to launch its new instant investment solution to aid instant investors in the UK and US markets.

From Paris to Berlin: the tight FinTech race brewing in Europe

While the US may be leading the way globally in FinTech and FinTech innovation, the European market is proving to be a pacesetter. Two key markets are France and Germany, with both markets in a tight race to be number two.

Why the gap between payments and lending is closing

Recent work by Currencycloud has suggested that the gap in differences between traditional lending and payments is narrowing.

Currencycloud, Lemonade link to streamline African remittance payments

Cross-border payments firm Currencycloud has teamed with Lemonade Finance to provide immigrants and companies with a simpler experience for sending money home to Africa.

Why payment service providers must adapt to changing ecommerce market

Since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, there has been a huge increase in the amount of cross-border payment and ecommerce sales taking place.

Spotlight on female FinTech leaders continued: breaking glass ceilings

Although more women are entering the FinTech industry, their representation in leadership positions is lacking. Female executives in the industry provide their thoughts on how much of the blame lies with society, and what those hoping to break glass ceilings can do about it.

Currencycloud partners with Moov to boost payment synergies

Currencycloud has teamed with Moov, a developer platform focused on payments, in order to bolster payment capabilities for each other’s customers.

Currencycloud, Growth Lending link to bolster fund access and flexibility

Cross-border payments company Currencycloud has teamed with B2B alternative finance provider Growth Lending to boost access to funds for clients.

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