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Toronto’s tech sector saw $361 million in venture funding over 41 deals in the first quarter of 2020, according to a new Hockeystick’s ecosystem report.
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The startup’s software is what nCino calls a “bank operating system,” providing banking software to help financial entities with lending, customer resource management, account opening and more.
Wirecard AG’s collapse displayed a growing blind spot for the guardians of the world’s financial system: how do you regulate a firm that acts like bank, but isn’t really a bank?
Senso, which provides financial institutions with predictive intelligence through AI, has raised a $4 million CAD ($3 million USD) funding round.
Marqeta joins the IPO speculation fray (BIZJOURNALS)
The company just announced a new Denver HQ — and now it’s reportedly eying Wall Street too.
The checkout solution is supposed to mirror the checkout process in physical stores.
The deal consists of a minority equity investment and long term services agreement valued at approximately $50 million.
SoFi has filed an application for a national bank charter, which would allow the fintech company to offer more competitive interest rates on checking, savings and loan personal finance products.
Regular investors are piling into the stock market for the rush. Wall Street titans say they’re making a grave mistake, but it’s not so simple.
Flinks, a Montréal-based FinTech startup, has closed its Series A round at $16.2 million CAD.