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MALKA Acquisition to Drive MoneyLion Customer Engagement Strategy

MoneyLion, a data-driven, digital financial platform, recently acquired MALKA Media Group, a creator network and content platform. The acquisition helps MoneyLion engage with consumers across all digital and emerging channels, both inside and outside its platform. “This transaction is the evolution of a successful four-year… Read More

Shares in MoneyLion to Trade on NYSE on September 23rd as SPAC Deal Approved

MoneyLion Inc., a neo-bank Fintech that reports over 2.8 users and an annualized net revenue run-rate of over $150 million, will commence trading on the New York Stock Exchange tomorrow (September 23, 2021) as the SPAC deal is approved. Following a special meeting yesterday of… Read More

MoneyLion SPAC Deal Moves Forward, Will Trade on NYSE Under Ticker ML

MoneyLion, a neobank that announced a SPAC deal earlier this year, is moving closer to becoming a publicly-traded company. According to a release, the S-4 registration statement has become effective. A special meeting of Fusion Acquisition Corp. (NYSE: FUSE), the SPAC sponsor, on the 21st… Read More

Fintech MoneyLion to Float by SPAC via Fusion Acquisition

MoneyLion, a digital banking Fintech, is the next company to go public via a special acquisition company (SPAC). The deal was announced last Friday where MoneyLion will merge with Fusion Acquisition (NYSE:FUSE) at a transaction value of $2.4  billion and $2.9 billion in equity value… Read More

Digital Bank MoneyLion Raises $160 Million

MoneyLion has raised $160 million in funding. MoneyLion previously revealed $60 million of this amount but has since added $100 million as part of Series C funding round. MoneyLion is an entrant in the hot challenger bank marketplace. It provides its banking services via a… Read More

Journal Entry: LangDi FinTech Conference in Shanghai. The Biggest Fintech Meetup In The World!

Familiar Faces This is the second year that I travelled to China for the LangDi FinTech Conference in Shanghai. What a difference a year makes? Last year, the conference had a massive showing of over 1,300 attendees. This year, the conference nearly doubled to 2,400… Read More

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