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The company was co-founded by CEO Mark Morissette and Karim Jamal, both formerly with Real Matters and Aviva Canada.
To ramp up their innovation programs, banks and credit unions have to address their core DNA. But a little “genetic re-engineering” can yield some big results.
The funding was led by Inception Capital, with total funding now at €10 million.
Through the platform, licensed mortgage broker firms and agents can securely pull credit from both Equifax and TransUnion.
Cobo is a developer of consumer blockchain products that aims to make it easy for anyone to own and use cryptocurrencies.
Square Terminal is a portable all-in-one device that can process payments over Wi-Fi and print out receipts, signifying the company’s focus on expanding its services to more types of sellers and buyers.
The Corviglia Capital Fund has secured $250 million and is long-term investor in late-stage fintech companies. It will make minority investments with tickets ranging from $10M to $50M.
The companies will work closely on a host of solutions for joint customers to include the use of Membership Rewards points for PayPal purchases and an integrated peer-to-peer payment experience.
Microsoft is testing a preview of a new expense-tracking application for iOS devices. It’s called Spend and was developed by the folks who created the MileIQ mileage tracker.
Provos is the latest hire in a series of moves to beef up security talent at Stripe, at a time when security breaches are at an all-time high, with the financial services industry the largest target of that rise.
Alcazar Capital Limited is teaming up with Fintech Consortium’s investment arm, InQvest Partners, to launch a $100 million global FinTech fund.