Friday, October 19, 2018

Applied Systems bags minority investment from CaptialG

Applied Systems, a developer of cloud-based software for insurance firms, has received a minority investment from CapitalG. Read more: fintech.global

Compass pulls in $400m in Series F round

Compass, a PropTech platform designed to ease buying and selling, has secured $400m in its Series F round. Read more: fintech.global

Goodwell Investments launches €20m fund to support financial inclusion in Africa

Goodwell Investments has launched a new €20m fund to support the financial inclusion within Sub-Saharan Africa. Read more: fintech.global

FinTech Hive announces the next 22 companies to join its accelerator

Dubai-based FinTech Hive has announced the 22 FinTech startups selected for its next accelerator program, in partnership with Accenture. Read more: fintech.global

SynapseFI raises $17m in its Series A

Digital banking solution developer SynapseFI has raised $17m in its Series A round led by Trinity Ventures and Core Innovation Capital Read more: fintech.global

Trulioo & Acuant launch global identity tool for fraud prevention

RegTech 100 company Trulioo has partnered with Acuant to provide an identity solution for fraud prevention and AML/KYC compliance. Read More: regtechanalyst.com

European regulations are leading to great investment opportunities

Increased regulations in Europe has raised the bar and is leading to great opportunities for investors, according to Dawn Capital general partner Haakon Overli in a research interview with FinTech Global. Read more: fintech.global

Aye Finance reels in $21.5m to lend to Indian SMEs

Aye Finance, an India-based provider of loans to small businesses, has raised $21.5m through its Series C funding. For more details about this and other deals, as well as in-depth expert perspectives, articles, data and analysis please visit FinTech.Global

Canada launches draft of new cryptocurrency regulations focused on KYC/AML

The Canadian government has launched its official draft of new regulations on crypto exchanges and payment processors. Read More: regtechanalyst.com

Swiss FinTech funding slows down due to lack of later-stage deals

Capital invested in Swiss FinTech companies returned to normal levels after large deals pushed quarterly funding to record highs in H1 2017 Read more: fintech.global