In “Innovation in Banking”, a new whitepaper, Lafferty establishes how innovation can be planned, managed and measured.
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NetPay's white paper “A Future Without Secrets” examines the nuances of data collection and utilisation, including the challenges and opportunities presented by this tidal wave of information.
IG partnered with InvestYourWay, offering access to 85,000 IG customers through their PureDeal platform. IG recognised the benefit to their customers and have stood behind an innovative FinTech business, offering marketing and advertising services through their existing channels.
Kayne Anderson Capital Advisors, L.P., founded in 1984, is a leading independent alternative investment management firm focused on niche investing in upstream oil and gas companies, energy infrastructure, specialized real estate, middle market credit, growth private equity and distressed municipal opportunities.
Swedish payments company Klarna has significantly boosted its foothold in the UK through a partnership with digital storefront company ekmPowershop, which claims to power one in five online stores in the country.
RetailCapital, a data and analytics company that makes financing available to a broad range of small and medium size businesses (“SMBs”), has secured a new round of investment from Flexpoint Ford, LLC, a private equity firm focused on the financial services and healthcare sectors.
Monitise has had a significant confidence boost after Visa reduced its stake in the mobile payments company. Santander, Telefónica and MasterCard have agreed to invest a combined £49.2 million to accelerate the roll-out of Monitise’s platform in Mobile Money ecosystem.
Funding Circle was created with a big idea: to revolutionize the outdated banking system and secure a better deal for everyone. Funding Circle is the world’s leading marketplace exclusively focused on small businesses - more than $500m (£300m) has been lent to 5,000 businesses.
Dwolla — the startup that is disrupting payments services by giving users an independent platform to pay each other and avoid high money transfer and bank payment fees — has raised a further $9.7 million in funding led by a new strategic investor, the CME Group.