Saturday, September 19, 2020

FinTech startups urged to join Pensions Dashboard

The ultimate aim of the Pensions Dashboard is to enable digital service which will allow consumers to see all of their pension pots at the click of a button. Read more: www.fintextra.com

Dymon Asia Ventures reaches first closes for $50m FinTech fund

Dymon Asia Ventures has reached a first close of $20m for its $50 debut FinTech fund from a range of LPs including Thai bank Siam Commercial Bank (SCB). Read more: www.fintechroundup.com

Serent Capital seals minority stake in Docutech

US private equity house Serent Capital has bought a minority stake in compliance and documentation tech business Docutech.

Bank-FinTech partnerships hit product/market fit

Over the course of the past year, we’ve seen a dynamic shift in the relationship between FinTech and more traditional bankers. Read more: www.forbes.com

KB Financial nurtures FinTech startups

KB Financial Group has geared up to coordinate with rising FinTech start-ups to take the industry mainstream. KB Financial launched in March to offer all-in-one package of services to promising start-ups.Read more: www.koreaherald.com

OSC announces FinTech advisory committee members

The Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) announced today the membership of its new Fintech Advisory Committee (FAC). Read more: www.fool.com

Half of global FinTech investments are in Asia

China has quickly became the global frontrunner in financial technology and is leaving the rest of the world painfully behind. Read more: www.atimes.com

Spark Capital closes second growth fund at $606m

Affirm, eToro and Wealthfront backer Spark Capital has closed its second growth fund at $606m, according to an SEC filing. Read more: www.fintechroundup.com

FinTech Banks: A New Uber?

The OCC says it will consider applications by FinTech companies to organise a national bank to conduct their activities. Read more: www.natlawreview.com

Is FinTech Ireland’s hidden secret and open opportunity?

It is a significant understatement to say that both the ICT and international financial services sectors are a major part of Ireland’s economic success. Read more: www.siliconrepublic.com

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