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The National Australia Bank Commits £200 Million for LendInvest

Online property finance marketplace LendInvest has received a £200 million investment from the National Australia Bank (NAB). The investment was supported by HM Treasury. Chris Philp, PPS to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, commented on the announcement: “This very substantial investment from NAB into LendInvest… Read More

National Australia Bank Backs Fintech Hackathon at Intersekt

One of the four largest banks in Australia, National Australia Bank (NAB), has partnered on the upcoming Fintech hackathon taking place during Australia’s first Fintech festival – Intersekt. The hackathon expects to find new ways for businesses to benefit from improved and smarter access to… Read More

OurCrowd & National Australia Bank Form Significant Partnership

OurCrowd, one of the largest equity crowdfunding platforms in the world, has formed an interesting partnership with The National Bank of Australia (NAB). The crowdfunding platform will now provide NAB clients with direct access to early stage investments listed on the OurCrowd site.  This is… Read More

Ontario Fintech Firm Wave Raises US $24 Million in Series D

This week, Canadian fintech company Wave, which is based out of Toronto, Ontario, announced it had closed on $32 million CAD (about US $24 million) of funding for its Series D round. The funding was led by investments from the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) and National… Read More

Oracle is Big in Fintech & Poised to Get Bigger as Digital Finance Becomes Ubiquitous

Oracle is one of the largest software and services company in the world. Only second to Microsoft, Oracle has grown and pushed into a multitude of verticals and businesses. Today much of Oracle’s business has to do with Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software – massive… Read More

Frost & Sullivan: Australia’s Future $4B Fintech Market Offers Lucrative Opportunities and Profits

Resisting Fintech disruption amounts to a loss of $13 billion in aggregated revenues, according to Frost & Sullivan The Australian Banking sector is heavily regulated to prevent monopolies and collapses, and is guided by the Four Pillars Policy of the Australian Government which maintains the viability and separation of… Read More

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