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Nearly $1bn has been poured into FinTech companies in France since...

FinTech investment in France is on track to beat the record funding levels from last year Read more: fintech.global

TrueLayer raises $7.5m, sets sights on Germany, France for expansion

TrueLayer, an API developer for financial institutions, has raised $7.5m to expand across Europe. Read more: fintech.global

Blackfin Capital holds €180m final close for debut tech fund, surpassing...

Blackfin Capital, a France-based private equity firm, has held the €180m final close for its debut FinTech fund, surpassing its initial €150m target. Read more: fintech.global

Lemon Way nets €10m to support European expansion

Pan-European payment institution Lemon Way has netted €10m in funding led by Breega Capital. Read more: fintech.global

France-based Fundvisory raises €1.8m from Aviva, Macif

Robo-advisory startup Fundvisory has raised €1.8m from Aviva France and Macif Group, to accelerate the development of digital savings in France. Read more: fintech.global

Group of PE firms said to express interest in payment processor...

France-headquartered payments processor Ingenico Group has reportedly drawn interest from a selection of private equity firms. Read more: fintech.global

Tiller Systems said to close $13.8m Series B, with option for...

Tiller Systems, a restaurant and merchant POS terminal developer, has reportedly closed a $13.2m Series B round. Read more: fintech.global

QuantCube close minority investment from Moody’s

QuantCube Technology, an AI-based predictive analytics platform, has received a strategic minority investment from Moody’s Corporation. Read more: fintech.global

French minister urges France to become blockchain, crypto leader

The French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire admits he was wrong regarding blockchain and cryptocurrencies. Recently, the powerful minister had a Read more: bitcoinist.com

French banks to introduce P2P mobile payments

Paylib, the mobile wallet developed by a consortium of French banks, is set to introduce person-to-person payments utilising customer phone numbers. Read more: www.finextra.com