Monday, April 15, 2024
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Tag: SME Finance

iWoca looks to grow SME alt lending access

Alternative lending was supposed to be the way SMEs broke through banking barriers to gain access to capital. Read more:

BitPesa & Bitbond partner for Africa SME finance

Bitbond and BitPesa collaborate to facilitate small business financing across Africa.Read more:

QNB Finansbank’s tablet the right dose for core banking

QNB Finansbank, QNB Group’s subsidiary in Turkey, has developed TouchFinans. Read more:

SMEs’ self-service banking leads to downsize

DNB, is taking a new approach to its SME customers as small businesses turn to digital, self-service banking solutions. Read more:

SMEs skeptical of mobile banking

A new survey from banking data firm RateWatch is bad news for banks looking to entice SME customers with new mobile offerings. Read more:

Barclays mobile banking app approves SME loans quickly

Barclays has unveiled a new mobile service for SMEs in the UK that provides almost instant loans. Read more:

Protecting SME privacy as credit assessments grow complex

Borrowers may want the innovation, technology and speed of an alternative lending platform but will demand the trust of a big, familiar name in banking. Read more:

What alt-lending slump?

This week in B2B venture funding activity, we see the trend change as an alternative lender from the U.S. secured the largest investment round of the week. Is this a fluke, or are things beginning to change? Read more:

Bank of America now lending on Nav

Bank of America will now be providing SME loans and financing services through the Nav platform. Read more:

SME financer BlueVine picks up $49m

SME financing startup BlueVine has scored $49m in a Series D round of funding from its existing investors. Read more: