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UK Department for International Trade Under Liam Fox, Launches International Programs to Boost Fintech Innovation

DIT Fintech Bridge As London Fintech Week kicks off, the Department for International Trade (DIT), in partnership with Her Majesty’s Treasury (HMT), have announced new programs to boost Fintech innovation. According to a release from DIT, the UK will be building upon their Fintech Bridge… Read More

Standard Chartered Announces launch of Venture Unit’s Fintech Bridge

Standard Chartered announced on Monday that its venture unit, SC Ventures, has created a market-first platform, called SC Ventures Fintech Bridge, to connect community builders such as start-ups, investors and accelerators to the Bank. According to Standard Chartered, SC Ventures Fintech Bridge connects and matches… Read More

China: WeiyangX Fintech Review

HKEX Will Introduce Blockchain and AI to Increase Automation HKEX will announce its three-year strategic plan for 2019-2021 early next year. Charles Li, chief executive of HKEX, said that there were still many business procedures in HKEX relying on manpower. In the future, HKEX will… Read More

Fintech Bridge: Crowd2Fund to Expand into Australia

UK peer to peer lending platform Crowd2Fund is opening an Australian office becoming one the first UK-based companies to utilise the new ‘Fintech Bridge’ between the UK and Australia that was recently announced by both countries. Signed in March, the agreement between the UK Financial… Read More

Australia Can’t Wait to use the Fintech Bridge Established with the United Kingdom

Today, the UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond announced an updated agreement signed with Australian Treasurer Scott Morrison to firmly establish a Fintech bridge between the two countries. This virtual bridge will see both public officials and private partiers working together to foster Fintech… Read More

Crowd2Fund Seeks £30 Million in New Funding, Opens Up Offer to Platform Investors

Crowdfunding platform Crowd2Fund has launched a £30 million “institutional fundraise” while opening up the offer to platform investors. According to the company, over 100 site users have already invested £1.5 million in the offer. Reportedly, demand was sufficient enough to open up an additional £8.5… Read More

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