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Life.SREDA VC report: Neo- and challenger banks are coming

Key findings on upcoming trends in the banking sector. 

Read our full research “Money of the Future”. Download PDF (20MB) (more…)

Analytics, Banks, Fintech news, Global trends, Hotnews, Mobile-first banks

March 3, 2016

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Deals: Revolut Gets More Funding For Its Mobile Foreign Exchange Service

By Romain Dillet for techcrunch.com,

British startup Revolut just closed its seed round. After announcing having raised $2.3 million this Summer, the company has added a couple of new investors. In total, the company has raised $4.8 million (£3.2 million) from Index Ventures, Balderton Capital, Seedcamp and Point Nine, Venrex and business angels. (more…)

Deals, Fintech news

February 27, 2016

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The bank that fintech built: Number26 and TransferWise team up to re-invent banking

By Paul Sawers for VentureBeat

Two European fintech startups are teaming up to give a glimpse of what the bank of tomorrow could look like. (more…)

Banks, Fintech news, Mobile-first banks

February 25, 2016

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The hottest European fintech startups in 2015

EU-STARTUPS: In the last decade, there were a bunch of really successful fintech companies that started in Europe. Companies like Klarna, Adyen or Transferwise (to name just a few) changed the way we do payments or the way we transfer money overseas. By pursuing radical new concepts, these fintech startups became some of Europe’s most valuable companies within just a few years.

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eWallets, Fintech news, Mobile payments/banking, Mobile-first banks, news, p2p-payments, p2p/online lending, POS/mPOS and online acquiring, Remittances

July 10, 2015

Number26 Grabs $10.6 Million To Bring Its Bank Of The Future To Everyone

TECHCRUNCH: It feels like Number26 opened its doors yesterday, but the young startup just raised a $10.6 million Series A round (€10 million) from Peter Thiel’s Valar Ventures, with Daniel S. Aegerter and existing investors Earlybird and Redalpine also participating. This represents Valar Ventures’ second investment in a European fintech startup — the VC fund also participated in TransferWise’s impressive $58 million round. (more…)

Deals, Fintech news, news

April 16, 2015