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Digital mortgage startup Edison Financial has raised an undisclosed seed round from Rock Holdings, the parent company of United States-based Quicken Loans.
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The Boston based accelerator provides mentorship and non-equity funding to early-stage tech ventures focused on driving financial inclusion in emerging and frontier markets.
Toronto-based goPeer, a peer-to-peer (P2P) lending platform for consumer loans, has received regulatory approval, allowing it to operate in Ontario and Quebec.
Currencycloud sells payment software for banks and FinTech firms to process their international transactions.
The FinTech startup quietly raised $4 million in seed capital from a slew of U.S. investor.
FrontFundr, an equity crowdfunding platform, has received discretionary approval from the Ontario Securities Commission to operate in Ontario.
With its scalable low-code, infrastructure-agnostic solution, SettleMint is filling a gap for enterprise organizations that want to adopt and deploy blockchain.
FinTech firms in the UK attracted more capital and completed more deals than the rest of the top 10 European countries combined.
The Richmond-based startup provides flight and hotel upgrades as part of a travel-focused rewards app by connecting directly to airline and hotel software.