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SEBA nabs $101m to support it with getting a bank license

Switzerland-based SEBA Crypto has netted CHF 100m ($101m) in funding to build a FINMA licensed bank. Read more:

Swiss regulator finds deficiencies in Credit Suisse’s AML processes

Switzerland’s regulator has claimed that Credit Suisse has failed to adequately fight money laundering in suspected corruption cases. Read More:

SIX increases stake in Swiss Euro Clearing Bank to 100%

Switzerland-based financial services technology provider SIX has acquired the remaining stake of German-based Swiss Euro Clearing Bank (SECB). Read more:

Swiss parliament relaxes AML rules for small FinTechs

Switzerland’s parliament has relaxed the anti-money laundering (AML) rules for ‘small’ FinTech companies. Read More:

SIX to build digital asset trading, settlement and custody service

In a world first, Switzerland's stock exchange plans to build a fully integrated, DLT-based end-to-end trading, settlement and custody service for digital assets. Read More:

Swiss FinTech funding slows down due to lack of later-stage deals

Capital invested in Swiss FinTech companies returned to normal levels after large deals pushed quarterly funding to record highs in H1 2017 Read more:

Swiss banker backs sovereign money initiative

A Swiss banker is one of the few in the country who supports an overhaul of lending being proposed by the Sovereign Money initiative. Read more:

New accelerator, venture capital firm Blockchain Valley Ventures launches

Blockchain Valley Ventures, a newly formed accelerator and venture capital firm, has launched. Read more: Launches Angel Investor Program & Has Over USD300 Million USD...

Lugano, Switzerland, May 10, 2018, has announced the launch of its Angel Investor Program, a premium offering, which is accessible to both institutional and retail investors.

Mobile banking app Numbrs closes new funding round

European Mobile banking app Numbrs has raised a new undisclosed round of funding, which brings its total funding efforts to $150m. Read more: