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Payments Software Firm Bill.com Is Planning to Raise $100 Million via an IPO

Payment software firm Bill.com is planning to raise $100 million through an initial public offering (IPO), according to a recent filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Established in 2006 by PayCycle co-founder René Lacerte, Bill.com provides cloud-based business payments and offers a… Read More

Goldman Sachs’ Consumer Banking Division Marcus to Offer Stocks and ISA Access, Supported By Nutmeg

New York-based investment bank Goldman Sachs’ consumer banking division, Marcus, is reportedly expanding its operations to include investment-related services in the UK. Marcus is introducing a new stock trading and ISA vehicle, which will be supported by digital wealth manager Nutmeg. The ISA will be… Read More

Goldman Sachs says “We Hear You” Regarding Apple Card Accusations of Gender Bias, Affirms Gender is Not Part of the Equation

Goldman Sachs Bank took to Twitter once again to address the ongoing allegations of gender bias in regards to the issuance of the Apple Card. The Twitterati blew up last week as multiple Apple Card users claimed that gender was a factor in allocating credit… Read More

As Twitter Condemns, Goldman Sachs Denies Accusations that Gender Plays a Role in Apple Card Issuance

This past weekend, Crowdfund Insider reported on the growing cacophony of accusations that individuals applying for an Apple Card (NASDAQ:AAPL), issued by Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS), were receiving lower credit limits based on gender. The entire dust-up was spawned by a series of tweets from David… Read More

Series of Tweets Regarding Apple Card Brings Scrutiny of New York Department of Financial Services

The relatively new Apple Card (NASDAQ:AAPL), issued by Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS), is receiving some unwanted regulatory scrutiny from the New York Department of Financial Services (DFS). A series of tweets from David Heinemeier Hansson, the creator of Ruby on Rails and CTO of Basecamp, noted… Read More

California-based Fair Credit Products Provider Deserve Raises $50 Million via Funding Round Led By Goldman Sachs

California-based Deserve, a Fintech firm that provides fair credit products for young consumers and a cloud-based credit card platform for companies, raised $50 million through a funding round led by giant Wall Street investment bank Goldman Sachs.  Deserve’s latest investment round also included contributions from… Read More

Report: Apple Card Generates $10 Billion in Credit Lines, $736 Million in Loan Balances

A report published by Bloomberg yesterday states that Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) has extended $10 billion in credit and 736 million in loan balances pertaining to the Apple Card, as of September 30th. The same report also states that following the rollout of the Apple Card,… Read More

“Very Good Security” Raises $35 Million led by Goldman Sachs

Very Good Security (VGS) has raised $35 million in Series B funding led by Goldman Sachs’ Merchant Banking Division. Existing investors Andreessen Horowitz and Vertex Ventures US also joined in the funding round. VGS is building “modern SaaS infrastructure for data security, compliance, and privacy.” … Read More

Goldman Sachs Reports $55 Billion in Consumer Deposits, No Color on Apple Card Partnership

Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) revealed Q3 earnings this morning. The conference call is scheduled for 11AM ET today. Results were good but not great as earnings missed estimates. Shares declined in pre-market trading. Buried within the presentation is the fact that Goldman Sachs now claims $55… Read More

Vista Equity Partners Might Sell a 50% Stake in $10 Billion Fintech Outfit Finastra

Vista Equity Partners might reportedly sell a 50% stake in $10 billion Fintech outfit Finastra, according to Bloomberg. Finastra was established in 2017 when Vista acquired Canadian firm D+H and merged it with London-headquartered Misys, another Fintech company owned by Vista. The merger helped establish… Read More

Goldman Sachs Provides $100 Million Secured Credit Facility to Mexican Fintech Konio

For the first time ever, giant Wall Street investment bank Goldman Sachs’ (NYSE:GS) structured finance division is providing a $100 million secured credit facility to Mexico-based Fintech startup Konfio Ltd. The funds will be directed toward Konfio’s business operations, which include providing unsecured working capital… Read More

SME Lender Credijusto Secures $42 Million Through Series B Funding Round Led By Point72 Ventures & Goldman Sachs

Credijusto, an SME lending platform that is based in Mexico, announced on Thursday it secured $42 million through its Series B funding round, which was led by Point72 Ventures and Goldman Sachs with participation from Thomvest Ventures, Wolfson Group, Third Lake Capital and Argo Ventures,… Read More

Old Banks Continue to Invest in Fintech Led by Goldman Sachs, Citi & JP Morgan Chase

Old finance continues to leverage one of its most valuable assets: lots of money. While traditional banks may struggle to innovate and adapt they continue to do what they do best which is to spend money on emerging tech to hedge against a sectorial shift…. Read More

MPOWER Financing Secures $100 Million Loan Facility From Goldman Sachs

MPOWER Financing, a U.S. fintech that provides educational loans to international and DACA students, announced on Tuesday it secured a $100 million loan facility from Goldman Sachs. According to MPOWER, the latest facility brings the total loan financial capital to $200 million. Founded in 2014,… Read More

Report Says Low FICO Score Individuals Being Approved for Apple Card

The Apple Card (NASDAQ:AAPL) is rolling out all of this month with registered individuals receiving email notifications to sign up for the virtual/physical card. Managed by Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS), the Apple Card expects to launch with interest rates (APRs) ranging from 12.99% to 23.99% when… Read More

LendingClub: America Does Not Need Another Credit Card, Apple Card Spells Disaster for Consumers

Apple Card, a “new kind of credit card” launched by Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) in partnership with Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) is expected to be made available to the public within the next few days. In fact, it has been reported that invitation emails have already gone out… Read More

Apple Card to Launch Soon, Just Not for Cryptocurrency Purchases

The Apple Card is expected to be available to the public any day now following the most recent earnings report where Apple CEO Tim Cook said the card will launch in August.  The credit card is being issued in partnership with Goldman Sachs and Apple… Read More

Apple Card to Launch in August

Following a solid top and bottom-line beat for the Q3 earnings report, Apple CEO Tim Cook confirmed that Apple Card, the credit card crafted in partnership with Goldman Sachs, will launch in August. Apple Card is an extension of Apple Pay and the Apple Wallet…. Read More

Fintech & Goldman Sachs: Parsing the Most Recent Earnings Report

Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) issued its Q2 earnings report this past Tuesday (July 16). Goldman’s shares moved higher following the release after beating expectations on both the top and bottom lines. Goldman also announced an increase in the capital return program including an increase in the… Read More

Fintech Investment: Goldman Sachs Backs Raisin with €25 million as Company Expands into US Market

Raisin, a Germany-based Fintech that has rapidly grown in popularity across the continent, has received a €25 million from Goldman Sachs. Raisin announced its intent to cross the Atlantic this past May and enter the US market. Raisin is a Fintech that enables savers to… Read More

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