Category Archives for "Fintech News"

The House Crowd Launches New Auto-Invest Model

By Jason Hulott | Fintech News

A leading peer-to-peer lending platform has just launched its new Auto-Invest model, to give investors improved investment security and a hassle-free experience. The House Crowd, which specialises in peer-to-peer development and bridging loans, has created its Auto-Invest model which offers three varying levels of risk and reward, including target returns of 5%, 6% and 7% […]

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Fintech News Review for the 6th December

By Jason Hulott | Fintech News

Fintechs are raising huge amounts of capital but the number of individual startups annually has dropped since 2015, from 390 to 71, according to The Disruption House. Meanwhile, traditional banks are taking steps to create their own Fintech-style services such as Bo, the latest digital-only offering from RBS. FT Alphaville 60% of SMEs wish to […]

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Fintech News Review for the 29th November

By Jason Hulott | Fintech News

Podcast interview with Luvleen Sidhu, Co-founder of BankMobile, about the five-year-old Fintech’s business model. Their white-label partnerships have seen them deliver accounts with T-Mobile and to the student finance sector. Internally, BankMobile is taking steps to establish the fair treatment of female executives in terms of status and pay. Wharton The possibilities of the open […]

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Fintech News Review for the 15th November

By Jason Hulott | Fintech News

Deloitte, S&P and the Monetary Authority of Singapore are developing a Fintech research platform. Akin to a full survey on a new house, the platform will aim to provide accurate and transparent information on startups to financial institutions and potential investors. The research platform will act as a neutral third party, establishing itself as a […]

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Fintech News review for 1st November

By Jason Hulott | Fintech News

The cashless economy has impacted traditional donations to faith-based groups, charities and nonprofits. UK Fintech GoodBox has created a range of products to allow nonprofits to accept card payments, including a collection plate with integral payment facilities. Over 800 nonprofits use their products and have so far processed £2.5million in charitable donations, averaging £11 per […]

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Fintech News review for 25th October

By Jason Hulott | Fintech News

With 193 deals valued at around $121billion (to August 2018) the mergers and acquisitions environment within the major corporate Fintech sector continues to dazzle.  One of the major drivers is the realisation by many large corporates that they need smaller and dynamically responsive innovative partners whilst smaller companies need the capital and other resources of […]

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