Thursday, November 22, 2018
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DBS signs MOU to support growth in Suzhou, China

DBS today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Suzhou Industrial Park to support the growth and innovation of financial services. Read More: www.finextra.com

Nigeria plans fintech licensing regime

With Nigeria's financial system increasingly reliant on fintech platforms, the country's central bank is proposing a new licensing regime for players in the fast-growing sector. Read More: www.finextra.com

Story Ventures seeking for data-driven startups fund

Story Ventures is out eyeing up to $40m for a fund using data to transform business areas ranging from fintech and healthcare to business services and security. Read More: member.fintech.global

gohenry raises 3x more than target in crowdfunding campaign

Gohenry, a prepaid card for children and parents, has raised £6.2m in its crowdfunding campaign.Read More: member.fintech.global

Wonder Ventures raises $15m for second pre-seed-focused fund

Los Angeles-based Wonder Ventures has raised $15m for its second venture fund aimed at pre-seed rounds. Read More: member.fintech.global

Plastiq pulls in $27m in Series C led by Kleiner

Online bill payments platform Plastiq has closed its Series C round on $27m, just months after pulling its previous round. Read More: member.fintech.global

Japan and France sign fintech pact

Japan’s FSA has signed two cooperation frameworks, respectively with AMF and ACPR of France to promote innovation in their respective markets. Read More: www.finextra.com

Poland gets regulatory sandbox

Poland is getting a FinTech regulatory sandbox by the country's financial supervision authority under a decentralized model. Read More: www.finextra.com

Broadridge teams with Tableau to add analytics to datawarehouse

Broadridge Financial Solutions today announced a strategic partnership with Tableau Software to deliver enhanced analytics and visualization capabilities. Read More: www.finextra.com

Another VC trio pile into UiPath Series C

A trio of venture capital firms have helped boost UiPath’s Series C financing round, which had already given the robotic process automation software developer a $3bn valuation. Read More: member.fintech.global