Tuesday, December 11, 2018
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Nordea expands open banking to Sweden, eyes Norway & Denmark next

Nordea has extended its open initiative to Sweden, enabling third party developers access to customer data via APIs. Read More: regtechanalyst.com

Jaja launches mobile credit card following £7m funding

Mobile-based credit card Jaja Finance has launched its product following the close of a £7m funding round. Read more: fintech.global

FinAccess, Esusu join the Katapult Accelerator

Core banking system FinAccess and personal finance app Esusu are two of the 12 companies to be selected for the third cohort of the Katapult Accelerator. Read more: fintech.global

Norway’s Kraft Bank craftily powers up

Norway-based Kraft Bank is up and running as it has received all necessary permits and licences to run as a fully-fledged bank. Read more: www.bankingtech.com

Exabel raises $4.7m to support its go-to-market efforts

Exabel, an AI-powered investment advice startup, has received $4.7m in its seed round which will support its go-to-market plan for 2019. Read more: fintech.global

Norwegian banks co-operate on account aggregation programme

Norwegian banks Sbanken, Sparebanken Vest, and Sparebanken Sogn og Fjordane are bidding to get ahead of the PSD2 innovation curve, Read more: www.finextra.com

Nordea Bank to acquire Norwegian challenger bank Gjensidige in €578m deal

Nordea Bank is set to acquire Nordic challenger bank Gjensidige Bank ASA, in a deal worth around €578m ($672m). Read more: fintech.global

Apple Pay arrives in Norway

Business expenses get a makeover as Apple Pay becomes available to First Card users in the Nordics. Read more: www.finextra.com

Apple Pay to debut in Poland, Norway, Ukraine

Apple CEO Tim Cook confirms that Apple Pay will soon be available in Poland, Norway and the Ukraine. Read more: www.pymnts.com

EasyPark and Fortumo launch carrier billing for mobile parking

EasyPark Group and mobile technology company Fortumo are today announcing the launch of a direct carrier billing partnership. Read more: www.finextra.com