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TSX Venture Exchange (TSXV) has released the list of its top 50 performing companies, as part of its 2020 Venture 50 event.
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Thanks to a dataset from startup and venture data provider CB Insights, we have a fresh, deep look into the world of startup FinTech investment.
LendingClub, a FinTech company that pioneered personal loans made online, is buying a U.S. bank to give it access to a stable and cheaper source of funding, CNBC has learned.
Shopify is the latest company to join Libra Association, Facebook’s new cryptocurrency initiative.
U.S. FinTech Self raises $20 million through Series C funding round co-led by Altos Ventures & Conductive Ventures
Founded in 2015, Self describes itself as a venture-backed fintech startup with a mission to help people build credit, particularly those who are new to credit or who might not have access to traditional financial products.
Briza, an insurance-as-a-service startup based in Toronto, has raised $3 million CAD ($2.3 million USD) in seed financing.
The company is now a Visa Principal Member, which should help Coinbase rely less on Paysafe and control a bigger chunk of the card payment stack.
They’re forcing a large, entrenched ecosystem to adapt.
Financial planning FinTech startup Conquest Planning has raised $3 million CAD in anticipation of bringing its software to market sometime this year.
Despite the steep fall-off in activity by Chinese companies, there were 3,472 deals worth US$53.3 billion globally last year, the second-highest value of investments since 2013, Accenture said.