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How tech is shaking up the world of banking

Challenger banks, robo advisors and the internet of things - technology is shaking things up in the traditional banking arena. Read more: techcitynews.com

Raymond James to roll out robo-adviser in 2017

Raymond James Financial is rolling out a new digital platform with robo-adviser-like technology this year, the St. Petersburg, Florida-based firm said on Monday. Read more: www.reuters.com

Wealthsimple grabs $15m to launch in US market

Toronto-based robo-advisor Wealthsimple has raised $15.25m from Power Financial Corp to launch in the US. Read more: www.fintechroundup.com

FinTech robo advisor launches aimed at women in Asia

The Asian FinTech market is taking off according to Gina Heng, who has launched a FinTech platform aimed at helping women to manage their finances. Read more: www.cryptocoinsnews.com

A FinTech filter for artificial intelligence in 2017

Because the technology has finally reached its tipping point, AI, and its close relative machine learning, have taken a variety of industries by storm. Read more: www.finovate.com

AI in banking – robo advisors and beyond

The market is ripe for disruption and FinTech firms are set to take the lead in this change to cater to the changing customer preferences. Read more: www.finextra.com

WealthApp pockets $440,000 for robo-investment app

Investment advisory app WealthApp Financial Advisors has raised $440,000 in angel funding. The Bengaluru-based startup aims to help users take their first steps in investment. Read more: www.fintechroundup.com

Robo goes multi-currency and beyond ETFs

As a result, ETFmatic customers in 17 countries in Europe can now open and add extra currency portfolios in pounds, euros and US dollars. Read more: www.finextra.com

Ginmon gains Passion Capital backing for robo-advisor

Ginmon, a Frankfurt-based robo-advisor, has raised a new round of funding led by London VC Passion Capital. The size of the round is undisclosed.

Ignition Wealth raises $762,000 from financial planning veteran

Robo-advisor Ignition Wealth has raised Aus$1m ($762,000) in its first round of venture funding from financial planning expert Barry Lambert.