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U.S.-Based Banking as a Service Company Treasury Prime Secures $20 Million Through Series B Insider Funding Round Co-Led By Deciens Capital & QED Investors

  Treasury Prime, a U.S.-based API banking platform, announced on Wednesday it secured $20 million through its Series B insider funding round, which was co-led by Deciens Capital and QED Investors, with participation from SaaStr Fund, and Susa Ventures. As previously reported, Treasury Prime states it builds APIs… Read More

BaaS Platform HUBUC Announces Partnership With UK Regtech ComplyAdvantage

  HUBUC announced on Wednesday it has formed a partnership with regtech ComplyAdvantage to integrate compliance and security screening technology to its banking-as-a-service (BaaS) platform. HUBUC describes itself as an embedded financial service provider that allows businesses to integrate multiple payment capabilities from a single… Read More

Fintech as a Service Tech Provider Yimba and BaaS Platform Railsbank to Offer Solutions for Improving Digital Wallet Experience

Yimba, a FAST (Fintech As a Service Technology) company, and Railsbank, the global Banking-as-a-Service (BaaS) platform, are teaming up to offer clients with products and services that will improve their digital wallet experience with “the likes of Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, and Google Pay.” As… Read More

London based Currencycloud Reveals how Clients Transition from BaaS to Embedded Finance Providers

London-based Currencycloud, a provider of B2B embedded cross-border solutions, published a blog post earlier this month that explained how embedded finance works and integrates with the financial system. The Co-founders of HUBUC (CEO Hasan Nawaz and COO Ignacio Javierre), which reportedly uses Currencycloud APIs, provided… Read More

Railsbank Reunites Currencycloud Team to Boost Banking-as-a-Service Platform

Railsbank, a Banking-as-a-Service (BaaS) platform, has reunited the Currencycloud team to boost the growth of their services. In a release, Railsbank said it has appointed John Hammond, previously CCO at Currencycloud as its new CCO to drive the platform’s international expansion. Hammond will join his… Read More

Railsbank Expands into Australia in Partnership with Digital Bank Volt

Railsbank, a Banking as a Service (BaaS) platform, has expanded into Australia in partnership with digital bank Volt. Founded in 2016, Railsbank is based in the UK and offers APIs and apps for financial services firms to offer modern services. Volt is the first digital… Read More

UAE’s BaaS Fintech NymCard Secures $7.6M in Capital via Series A to Accelerate its Expansion Efforts

Abu Dhabi based NymCard, a card issuing and processing platform, has secured $7.6 million in  capital through a Series A funding round. The banking-as-a-service (BaaS) provider confirmed that the investment round was led by Shorooq Partners along with the contributions from OTF Jasoor Ventures and… Read More

Fintech Unicorn Mambu, a Banking as a Service Firm, Raises Solid €110 million Funding Round

Mambu, a Fintech that offers a Banking as a Service platform, has raised a significant €110 million ($134 million) funding round led by TCV a venture firm that has invested more than $2.5 billion in Fintech. John Doran, TCV General Partner, will join the Mambu… Read More

Fintech as a Service Providers in Mexico Likely to Face Serious Challenges due to New Regulations, Analysts Claim

A new regulatory policy has reportedly been introduced by Mexico’s financial industry regulator CNBV and it’s being referred to as “a death sentence” for firms that are providing Fintech-as-a-Service (FaaS) businesses, according to analysts. Carlos David Valderrama Narvaéz and Diego Montes Serralde from Legal Paradox,… Read More

Andreessen Horowitz Leads $27 Million Investment into Fintech Moov

Moov, a Fintech that supports banks and credit unions, Fintechs and more to quickly deploy financial service solutions to receive funds, store value, and remit payments, has raised $27 million in a Series A led by Andreessen Horowitz. Other investors include Gokul Rajaram as well… Read More

Digital Banking: Luvleen Sidhu, CEO at BankMobile, Claims Online Banks Might be Even Safer than Physical Branches

Luvleen Sidhu, Co-Founder and CEO at BankMobile, an established US-based digital banking platform, reveals that she was only 28-years-old when she had launched BankMobile Technologies, which will be acquired by Megalith Financial Acquisition Corporation (NYSE:MFAC) (as reported in August 2020). In only six years, the… Read More

India’s Tata Consultancy Services Partners Australian Neobank Volt to Power New Banking as a Service Platform

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), an Indian multinational IT services and consulting firm based in Mumbai, has reportedly partnered with Australian neobank Volt. Both companies will work together to power Volt 2.0, which is the digital bank’s new Banking as a Service (BaaS) platform. Volt 2.0… Read More

New York Stock Exchange listed Firm MFAC to Acquire Neobank BankMobile, a Subsidiary of Customers Bank

Customers Bank, which offers personal and business banking solutions, including checking, money markets, savings, mortgages, loans, and cash management, has reportedly agreed to sell its BankMobile Technologies division to Megalith Financial Acquisition Corporation (NYSE:MFAC). BankMobile Technologies is an established US-based digital banking platform. Meanwhile, MFAC… Read More

Fintech Sector can Expect Apps with Better Customer Experience, Improved UI and UX for Online Payments, Wolfpack Digital Predicts

Wolfpack Digital from Transylvania notes that we’re halfway through 2020 and the economic impact of the COVID-19 outbreak has been felt and observed across different businesses and industries. The pandemic has also led to significant changes in consumer behavior, as more people are using digital… Read More

nCino Files S-1 in Preparation for Initial Public Offering on NASDAQ

nCino is preparing for an initial public offering (IPO) as the company has filed an S-1 with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) indicating its intent to trade shares on an exchange. nCino is a Wilmington, North Carolina based Fintech that offers a cloud banking… Read More

FCA Regulated E-money Institution Financial House Partners ONPEX to Enable Cross-Border Banking Services

Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) regulated e-money institution (EMI), Financial House, has teamed up with ONPEX, an established provider of multi-currency IBAN accounts. The partnership is aimed at enabling the EMI to provide international transaction banking services to its client base. UK-headquartered Financial House offers software-as-a-service… Read More

Open Financial Technologies and MEDICI Release Banking-as-a-Service Report at Singapore Fintech Festival

Open Financial Technologies Pvt Ltd, Asia’s first neobank for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and startups, and MEDICI Global Inc, a Fintech research and innovation advisory company, have unveiled an extensive report on Banking-as-a-Service (BaaS) at the Singapore FinTech Festival. According to a release, the… Read More

BBVA Debuts BaaS platform in the U.S.

BBVA announced on Tuesday it is now offering a full suite of Banking as a Service (BaaS) products in the U.S. through its BBVA Open Platform program. BBVA reported that its Open Platform initiative enables third parties to easily integrate payments and complementary banking services… Read More

Singapore-based Blockchain VeChain Joins PwC’s Incubation Program

Singapore-based blockchain service provider VeChain S.E.A, a subsidiary of the leading blockchain technology company in China, BitSE, is proud to announce it will join PwC’s incubation program. PwC and BitSE held a signing ceremony on Monday in Hong Kong with Raymund Chao, PwC Greater China Chairman,… Read More

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