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Micro-insurer BIMA lands $16.8m to grow in Asia

Asian telecom giant Axiata group is pumping $16.8m into microinsurance startup BIMA. The Swedish startup already works alongside the firm in several markets. Read more: www.fintechroundup.com

Paymentwall talks up security of online payments in Sweden

Paymentwall is now connected to all banks in Sweden, allowing every person with a bank account to pay using online bank transfer. Read more: www.finextra.com

FinTech investor tryb pumps $4m into smart contracts firm Chinsay

Sweden-based smart contracts company Chinsay has picked up $4m from Singapore-based FinTech investor tryb Capital. Read more: www.fintechroundup.com

Kreditbörsen launches peer-to-peer lending service in Sweden

Kreditbörsen (the credit exchange), a part of Sweden-based LendyTech, has launched a peer-to-peer lending service for borrowers and investors. Read more: www.crowdfundinsider.com

Nordea prepares for robot future with virtual employees

The robots are coming, so says Nordea, which has already 'hired' a host of 'virtual employees' to take on repetitive tasks. Read more: www.finextra.com

Time for B2B payments to get standardized, says Nordea

A new report from financial services company Nordea says corporates are waiting for their banks and other FinServ providers to standardize payment processes. Read more: www.pymnts.com

SEB supports Samsung Pay in Sweden

SEB is among the first banks in Sweden to offer Samsung Pay functionality to its customers. Read more: www.bankingtech.com

Nordea brings Samsung Pay to Sweden

Nordea has launched the beta version of Samsung Pay in Sweden. Read more: www.bankingtech.com

Qapital pockets $12m for personal savings app

Swedish savings app Qapital has picked up $12m in a Series A round to further develop its personal finance platform. Read more: www.fintechroundup.com

iZettle to accept UnionPay cards

The company’s card reader, iZettle Reader, is the first of its kind to accept UnionPay, across its ten markets in Europe. Read more: www.finextra.com

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