Wednesday, May 22, 2024
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Factom pulls in additional funding to take Series A passed $8m

Blockchain-as-a-service company Factom has extended its Series A round to more than $8m. Peeli Ventures, Harvest Equity joined the extended round. Read more:

Revolut and Trussle join forces to bring mortgage broking service directly...

Banking challenger Revolut has today joined forces with the UK’s first online mortgage broker Trussle to give users direct access to its mortgage broking service. Read more:

Credit bureau, FinTech firm partner on product for mortgages

Experian has introduced software to speed up the processing and approval of consumer mortgage applications. Read more:

SoFi scoops up $500m to expand into Canada and Australia

Lending disruptor SoFi has landed $500m in a new haul of funding led by private equity investor Silver Lake. Softbank and GPI Capital also participated. Read more:

A marketplace lender for real estate’s weekend warriors

Zeus Mortgage has rolled out an online real estate financing platform that seeks to match investors with property holders who need funding renovations. Read more:

Trussle scoops up £4.5m from Orange Growth Capital

UK online mortgage broker Trussle has raised £4.5m in a new funding round as it reaches a milestone of £1bn worth of mortgages. Read more:

SoFi targets mortgage lending in Australia

SoFi, is preparing to launch in Australia to offer mortgages in direct competition with the banks. Read more:

How FinTech can disrupt the $14 trillion mortgage market

FinTech, which has already disrupted the payments, banking and financial advisory markets, is beginning to enter the $14 trillion mortgage market. Read more:

Mortgages taking centre stage at online lender SoFi

Social Finance, the online lender that made its name refinancing student loans for high-earning millennials, is doubling down on mortgages. Read more:

Habito founder Daniel Hegarty talks digital mortgages

Daniel Hegarty, founder of digital mortgage broker Habito, shares his awful experience with mortgage brokers and his reasons for creating Habito. Read more: