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The Digital Finance Institute has released its top 50 FinTech companies in Canada for 2019.
While it’s technically structured as a new round, the company considers the new funding as an extension of the Series D round.
While Curve offers a range of features that are similar to those we see many challenger banks offering, it does not require users to set up a current account.
“Plooto really impressed me in being disciplined in its processes and clear on what they were looking for.”
Raisin, the FinTech startup that offers a pan-European marketplace for savings and investment products, has picked up additional funding.
Vancouver-based FinTech Mogo and Toronto-based digital benefits platform League are teaming up to bring identity fraud protection to League users.
Europe’s Vaalon Capital has picked up a minority stake in New Delhi-based MyMoneyMantra (MMM) for ₹104 crore, a senior company executive said in an interview.
Billie, the Berlin-based fintech startup that offers a B2B invoicing and payments platform, has raised €30 million in Series B funding.
Toronto-based Flybits, a context-as-a-service platform for mobile apps, has closed a $45 million CAD ($35 million USD) Series C round.
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The UK’s standout fintech sector has once again broken records, hitting a new high of $2.9bn (£2.3bn) in funding in the first six months of 2019.
Haus, a startup aiming to make home ownership more affordable and flexible, is announcing that it has raised $7.1 million in new funding.