Scottish FinTech Know-it has revealed it will enter the Australian market in 2024, as part of its global expansion strategy.
Galaxy Ventures GmbH, the parent company of Austrian FinTechs AgenaTrader and TradersYard, has announced its €3.5m investment.
Swedish-based credit information startup Kreditz, a Nordic market leader in credit scoring and verification services, has recently raised €10m in its latest funding round.
Australian startup Fresh Equities has announced a successful $4m funding round, which will be used to help public companies communicate more effectively with their investors. The company has rebranded itself as InvestorHub, and aims to use data-driven insights to help listed companies communicate with their shareholders and potential investors.
Tangem, a Switzerland-based FinTech company, has successfully closed an investment round worth $7 million. Shima Capital led the investment, with participation from other investors.
RegTech firm Flagright has revealed it has established a presence in Singapore as it continues its global expansion.
Founded in 2018, the Australian firm Cognitive View analyses customer communication data to identify conduct-related risk. The company – led by CEO Dilip Mohapatra – have had a busy last year, despite the challenges brought about by the pandemic. So what is next for the company?
FinTech juggernaut Klarna has expanded its footprint in the UK with a new office in London and larger premises in Manchester.
US buyout giant Warburg Pincus has reportedly plans to invest more than $220m to expand its new Israeli credit card portfolio company Leumi over the next five years.