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From October 21 to 25, Canadian FinTechs from five major Canadian cities will participate in a trade mission to the UK.
The company is not only riding a wave of strong growth, but this is the second funding round it has raised this year, after raising $40 million in February.
Blockchain company Iconloop has secured 10 billion Korean won (KRW) (over $8 million) from seven investment companies participating in a Series A funding round.
Jennifer Robertson, the widow of the late-CEO of QuadrigaCX, Gerald Cotten, has agreed to forfeit nearly all of her assets to Ernst & Young.
Regtech, cybersecurity, wealthtech and proptech are other sectors on the rise.
Vancouver-based FinTech startup Mogo is partnering with alternative financing provider goeasy, to pilot a new personal loan offering.
VCs invested almost $40 billion in FinTech last year. 4 major leaders describe the steps they’ve taken to grow their businesses after being flushed with cash.
The global FinTech market raised a record $39.57 billion from venture capital investors in 2018.
Innovate Financial Health, a nonprofit that supports technology that improves financial health, is launching an accelerator funded by Capital One.
Small merchants often have to squeeze a hodgepodge of hardware onto their counters to manage government electronic benefit transfers, a distinct niche Novo Dia Group is working to solve with an investment from Square.
TerraHub, a private blockchain and artificial intelligence startup based in Calgary, has been selected to act as the blockchain delivery arm of PwC Canada.
Klarna is quietly becoming a FinTech giant. Following its latest founding round, the company is now valued at $5.5 billion.
Payment companies are dropping out before a big meeting in Geneva next week.
Hut 8 Mining Corp., a cryptocurrency mining and blockchain infrastructure company, has announced it will begin trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange.