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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

Rapyd Launches Payment Capabilities in Thailand

Just a little over a month after announcing its payment capabilities debuted in South Korea, B2B fintech-as-a-service provider Rapyd announced it has launched the capabilities in Thailand. According to Rapyd, the integrated solution is a comprehensive set of local and international payment methods that includes… Read More

Fintech-As-A-Service Platform Arcus Secures Funding From Citi Ventures For Expansion & Partnerships in Latin America

Arcus, a Fintech-as-a-Service (FaaS) platform, announced on Monday it scored an investment from Citi Ventures for expansion and partnerships in Latin America. Arcus claims that this investment marks the first investment by Citi Ventures in a fintech company in Mexico. Founded in 2013, Arcus provides… Read More

Global Fintech as a Service Rapyd Partners With Dock & Banco Rendimento to Launch All-in-One Solution in Brazil

Rapyd, a global B2B Fintech as a Service provider, announced on Monday it has partnered with major Brazilian payment providers, including Dock, a banking as a service technology company, Banco Rendimento, and other local partners to support cash, bank transfers, e-wallets, bill payments, debit and… Read More

Global Fintech as a Service Provider Rapyd Has Now Raised $180 Million Following Investment from Durable Capital Partners

Rapyd, a multinational Fintech-as-a-service provider revealed on December 3 that Durable Capital Partners LP, had made an investment into its operations. This latest investment brings the total capital raised by Rapyd to around $180 million. This figure included the firm’s initial series A funding round,… Read More

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