FinTech Panel: Real Estate's Tech Boom

According to a new report from real estate consulting firm RE: Tech, investors funnelled $743.7 million globally into commercial real estate tech startups Read more:

Startup Finomena disrupts youth loan market in India

How Matrix-backed FinTech startup Finomena is disrupting the $8 bn Youth Loan Market. Read more:

Russia's tech startups aim to defy economic gloom

In spite of the Russian economy's poor state and sanctions imposed by the European Union and the US over Ukraine and Crimea in 2014, the local tech startup scene is developing rapidly. Read more:

Tableau scores database tech with acquisition of HyPer

Tableau announced today that it has acquired HyPer, an early-stage German startup born in academia that has developed an advanced database technology. Tableau intends to incorporate the technology into its product set. Read More:

Startup Simplesurance innovates customer experience

Joachim von Bonin (CFO), Robin von Hein (CEO) and Ismail Asci (CTO)Founding Team of simplesurance. Read more:

Crowdfunding earning respect in commercial real estate

David Kessler points to the old formula of supply and demand as one of the main reasons why crowdfunding has become such a viable option so quickly for commercial real estate investors. Read more:

Kreditech and the Next Generation of Consumer Banking

Consumer Banking is fundamentally about lending and non-bank lending (whether called AltFi, Marketplace Lending or P2P Lending) is already a mature market. Read more:

Wall Street giving billions to FinTech start-ups

Investing in the fintech start-ups hits a new high, as Wall Street banks and corporates hedge against disruption. Read more

Tola Capital, Sapphire Ventures back $11m Convercent Series C round

Financial services compliance management software maker Convercent has snapped up $11m of Series C funding thanks to investors including Tola Capital and Sapphire Ventures.

Self-service shopping startup MUUME seals CHF2.2m Heliad Equity-led round

Digital self-service shopping startup MUUME has picked up CHF2.2m ($2.28m) of growth financing led by German investor Heliad Equity Partners.