Wednesday, March 29, 2017
INSTITUTIONAL INVESTING & TRADING

INSTITUTIONAL INVESTING & TRADING

Bank-backed Visible Alpha unveils investment research platform

Visible Alpha has announced the commercial availability of its new investment research platform with content contributed by more than twenty research firms. Read more: www.finextra.com

Swissquote introduces VR trading app

A Swiss online bank is introducing a virtual reality trading application to create a a 360° trading wall for users to monitor the markets and make trades. Read more: www.finextra.com

Will the future of investing be automated?

For the world of financial investments, automation looks to be the next step as further opportunities exist for it to expand. Read more: thefintechtimes.com

İşbank combines banking with stock investing in mobile app

Turkey's İşbank is adding stock exchange transactions, complete with real-time data feeds and technical analysis tools, to its popular mobile banking app, İşCep. Read more: www.finextra.com

Alpaca grabs $1.7m for AI-driven trading tech

FinTech AI startup Alpaca has raised $1.7m in a new venture funding round. The investment comes from D4V, Monex Ventures of Monex Group and MUCAP. Read more: www.fintechroundup.com

London’s Babel Systems acquired by InvestCloud for $20m

London-based online trading technology company Babel Systems is being acquired by US FinTech firm InvestCloud in a $20m deal. Read more: www.fintechroundup.com

New York seed investors stayed strong in 2016

Top seed investors in the New York startup community showed their muscle in the final quarter of 2016 and are likely to continue doing so in the coming year. Read more: www.bankinnovation.net

€2bn has been invested over Raisin

German FinTech Raisin has passed €2 billion of investment over its platform three years after launching. Read more: www.uk.businessinsider.com

Will online investing be the next big thing in FinTech?

The sad truth is that most people don't really know how to manage their money. Read more: www.gadgets.ndtv.com

Tiger Brokers snaps up $29m for online trading platform

Tiger Brokers has picked up $29m in a Series B round from Citic GoldStone Fund Management and Huagai Capital. Read more: www.fintechroundup.com