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Railsbank CEO Calls on Regulators to Step Up Safeguarding of e-Money Firms Following Wirecard Collapse

The Wirecard AG (WDI:DE) scandal has rocked the Fintech world as the once high flying firm that was a member of the DAX filed for bankruptcy following the revelation of a €1.9 billion in missing funds. Regulators, elected officials as well as Fintech industry insiders have… Read More

Fintech and Open Banking Firm Railsbank Expands into US with First Customer Unifimoney

Railsbank, a UK based Fintech and open banking service provider, has crossed the Atlantic to open up operations in the US with the acquisition of its first customer – Unifimoney, according to a release. Simultaneously, to support the North American expansion, Railsbank has hired Dov… Read More

Open Banking and Regtech Firm Railsbank Gains Hong Kong Fintech Statrys as New Client

UK-based Railsbank, an Open Banking and Regtech solution provider, revealed on June 29, 2020, that it has gained Hong Kong Fintech Statrys as a new client. Statrys offers digital business accounts, advanced payment options, and forex solutions for SMEs based in Asia. It provides convenient… Read More

Open Banking and Compliance Platform Railsbank Establishes Business Offices in Singapore

Singapore has been ranked number one in Asia and eighth worldwide when it comes to innovation and embracing the latest technologies. Singapore is also recognized as one of the world leaders in key sectors including Fintech,  engineering, manufacturing, healthcare, biomedical sciences, urban solutions and sustainability,… Read More

Fintech Startup Railsbank Secures $1.2 Million During Latest Funding Round Led By Firestartr

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Railsbank, a fintech startup that was co-founded by Currencycloud co-founder Nigel Verdon, has secured $1.2 million during its latest funding round, which was led by seed investment firm Firestartr, with participation from Kima Ventures and industry angels Peter Jackson (CEO WorldPay UK), Tim Levene (Betfair, Augmentum… Read More

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