Thursday, December 1, 2022

Brexit could bring a FinTech chill in EU

Uncertainty continues to weigh on markets and Brexit could have a chilling effect on FinTech in Europe. Read more:

Indonesia’s Bank Central Asia sets up $15m FinTech fund

Indonesia’s Bank Central Asia (BCA) is set to invest $15m in FinTech companies as it looks to reach more of the South-East Asian nation’s unbanked consumers. Read more:

FinTech in Nigeria set to grow

Nigeria is set to become Africa’s FinTech hub after experiencing a boost in mobile money operations last year. Read more:

Senate eyes SME cybersecurity legislation

The U.S. Senate is considering legislation that would expand existing law providing businesses with cybersecurity in a move to protect SMEs. Read more:

How traditional FinTech could converge and change finance

A converged world will be more nuanced cooptition and revenue sharing deals around platforms and Open APIs, with shared risk & reward. Read more:

Banks play growing role in funding FinTech

Banks have found a novel way to fend off FinTechs plans to take them down: they are funding it. Read more:

Dubai Ministry of Finance and IMF to host FinTech seminar

The Ministry of Finance (MoF) will organise, in cooperation with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), a seminar on finance technology services. Read more:

UK university launches dedicated FinTech undergrad course

Wrexham Glyndwr University has announced the launch of the UK’s first undergraduate degree that is dedicated to the world of FinTech. Read more:

The rise of Mexican FinTech

Nothing tells the story of how the Mexican tech ecosystem is steaming ahead in Latin America quite like the rise of fintech. The financial services space. Read more:

TransferGo bags $3.4m Series A funding

Vostok Emerging Finance has led a $3.4m Series A financing round in international money transfer service TransferGo