Sunday, March 24, 2019
Tags SME Finance

Tag: SME Finance

StanChart to set up digital SME platform in India

Standard Chartered’s SC Ventures unit will be launching an open platform for SMEs in India to tap into this highly popular market. Read more: www.bankingtech.com

Singapore FinTech Startup Lands Series A1 Funding from OSK Ventures, More

OSK Ventures International, a Malaysia-based private equity firm, announced that it has led a series A1 funding round for Singapore-based fintech startup TurnKey Lender. Read more: techinasia.com

CAN Capital picks up $287m credit facility to make additional investments

CAN Capital, a small business financing enterprise, has collected $287m in a credit facility from Varadero Capital. Read more: fintech.global

Britain’s small businesses bank on alternative finance options

With more than half of small business owners in the UK concerned about their ability to get bank loans, many are turning to other alternatives. Read More: www.finextra.com

Warsaw-based LeaseLink reels in $2.45m

LeaseLink, a Warsaw, Poland-based provider of financial leasing transactions, has raised nearly $2.45m in its latest round of financing. Read more: fintech.global

Capital Float raises $45m in Series C round

Capital Float has reportedly raised around $45m in its Series C funding round led by Ribbit Capital. Read more: fintech.global

Billie to offer SMEs invoice financing with Wirecard support

Berlin based Billie will now offer SME invoice financing following an agreement inked with Wirecard. Billie will offer SMEs and freelancers the opportunity Read more: www.crowdfundinsider.com

Some U.K. SMEs Say Late Payments Worsening

A survey from Crossflow Payments says some SMEs experience a worsening in B2B payment terms because of Brexit. Read more: www.pymnts.com

A birdseye views of alternative finance

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has kicked off an inquiry into the US’ SME finance space. Read more www.pymnts.com

iWoca looks to grow SME alt lending access

Alternative lending was supposed to be the way SMEs broke through banking barriers to gain access to capital. Read more: www.pymnts.com