Wednesday, January 17, 2018
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Finiata closes an €18m equity and debt financing round

Credit scoring algorithm company Finiata has reportedly closed an €18m equity and debt round. Read more: fintech.global

FinTecSystems bags €4.5m Series B from Ventech, LITTLEROCK

Digital credit validation and banking API developer FinTecSystems has closed its €4.5m Series B financing round. Read more: fintech.global

First Access receives $7m Series A led by Bamboo Capital Partners

Data analytics and credit scoring solution First Access received a $7m Series A funding round led by Bamboo Capital Partners. Read more: fintech.global

Sesame Credit, fintech and social credit scores in China

What would your reaction be if you wanted to get a loan and your bank asks to go through your Facebook profile? Read More: fintechranking.com

Credit Sesame scores $42 million in funding

Credit Sesame, a fast-growing, personalized credit service and financial wellness company, announced today it has raised over $42 million in equity Read more: www.finextra.com

PropTech platform ResMan nets $36m from Mainsail Partners

Property management system ResMan has netted a $36m investment from Mainsail Partners. Read more: fintech.global

Credit card platform Petal nabs $3.6m seed funding

Credit solutions provider Petal has secured $3.6m in its seed funding round, to help fund the platform and product launch. Read more: fintech.global

Cashoff earns spot in inaugural innotribe startup challenge Russia

Just a few weeks after their debut at our developers conference in London, Cashoff has won a place in the first ever Innotribe Startup Challenge Russia. Read more: finovate.com

Kreditech takes €110m in largest German FinTech deal to date

German credit scoring and lending company Kreditech has landed €110m in the largest equity investment into German FinTech company to date. Read more: www.fintechroundup.com

AI may just create the illusion of good credit decisions

Startups believe artificial intelligence will make loan officers obsolete, and that may be true. But it remains to be seen if AI will make lending safer. Read more: www.americanbanker.com