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London’s DNA Payments Group Enters £100M Deal with Alchemy Partners

London-based DNA Payments Group, the fast-growing “vertically integrated” payments firm, has entered a £100 million deal with Alchemy Partners (Alchemy). With an operations based hub in Kent, DNA presently serves more than 45,000 merchants including established online and offline retailers to SMEs, offering them with … Read More

Australia’s Open Banking Fintech Frollo Introduces Real-Time Balance Checks with Siri for Budgeting App

Australia-based Frollo, the “purpose-driven” Fintech firm that offers financial management and Open Banking services, has introduced a new feature for its budgeting app that allows customers to check their real time balance with Siri and the firm’s Open Banking connections. Some common use-cases for voice… Read More

Ireland’s Regtech Fenergo has Reportedly been Acquired by Private Equity Firms

Ireland’s Regtech firm Fenergo reveals that it has been acquired by private equity companies, the Paris-headquartered Astorg and London’s  Bridgepoint, from Insight Partners. Although the financial terms of the deal haven’t been shared publicly, the Irish Times said that industry sources claim that the transaction… Read More

Eric Christopher: CEO at Zylo, an SaaS Management Platform, Reveals Key Trends in Software as a Service Sector

Productiv, a platform that helps manage software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications, recently finalized a $45 million Series C funding round. This happens to be just one of many SaaS funding and acquisition announcements this year. In its recent report, Zylo, an established SaaS management platform that manages… Read More

SaaS and Digital Commerce Subscription Service Chargebee Secures $125M via Series G Co-led by Sapphire Ventures, Tiger Global

Chargebee, a subscription billing and revenue management platform, revealed on Tuesday (April 20, 2021) that it has closed a fresh round of $125 million in series G funding. Chargebee‘s round was co-led by new investor Sapphire Ventures and existing investors Tiger Global and Insight Venture… Read More

Leading UK Fintech Firms Now Working with PwC to Streamline Digital Financial Services with AI, Data Analytics

Ten of the United Kingdom’s leading Fintech companies are now working with Big Four auditing firm PwC in order to showcase how the future of banking will focus on both collaboration and innovation, along with greater personalization. After 3 years of ongoing development, the 10… Read More

Switzerland based Banking Solution Provider CREALOGIX Hires Fintech Professional Jordi Perez as Regional MD

Switzerland-based banking solution provider CREALOGIX has reportedy hired Jordi Perez to serve as its Regional Managing Director. Perez is expected to take on the responsibility for CREALOGIX’s business operations in Austria, Germany, and Switzerland. He will be overseeing operations in other Central European countries as… Read More

Tandem Bank Goes Live on Mambu’s SaaS Banking Platform

    Mambu announced on Monday that Tandem Bank is now live on its software-as-a-service (SaaS) banking platform. Mambu reported nearly a year after signing, the implementation was officially finalized, followed by a four-month beta in late 2020 and a full rollout in early February 2021…. Read More

U.S.-Based SaaS Fintech HighRadius Raises $300 Million Through Series C Funding Round; Brings Valuation to $3.1 Billion

HighRadius, a U.S.-based fintech enterprise Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) company specializing in integrated receivables, announced on Tuesday it raised $300 million through its Series C funding round, which was led by D1 Capital and Tiger Global with participation from existing investors ICONIQ Growth and Susquehanna Growth Equity…. Read More

Modulr Comments on how Fintech Is “Driving Next Evolution” of Vertical SaaS Businesses

Modulr, a Payments as a Service API Platform for digital businesses, notes that they’re seeing the rise of the infrastructural Fintech. The company claims to have “front row seats” to see how Software as a Service companies (and customers) are adding various financial services to… Read More

Overfunding: SaaS Platform ScribeStar Surpasses £500,000 Funding Target Through Crowdcube Campaign

    Scribestar, a UK-based SaaS platform that digitises and automates the documentation and compliance processes required for raising capital on stock markets, has successfully secured its initial £500,000 funding target through its equity crowdfunding campaign on Crowdcube. Founded in 2010, Scribestar claims its platform is… Read More

Frontline Ventures, which backs B2B SaaS Firms with Dublin, London, San Francisco Offices, Launches New €70M Fund

Frontline Ventures, which supports several different Fintech companies including alternative lending platform Linked Finance, has introduced a €70 million fund. Frontline has also been backing Fintechs such as Clearbanc and Currencyfair. Frontline Ventures’ new fund includes strategic investments from the European Investment Fund, the Ireland… Read More

Singapore Insurtech CXA Group to Sell Brokerage Division, will Focus on SaaS Platform and Global Expansion

Singapore-headquartered Insurtech firm CXA Group has reportedly decided to restructure its operations by selling off its brokerage division so that it can focus on the development and global expansion of its enterprise software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform. CXA stated that it will be selling its brokerage business… Read More

New York City Seed Funding Reaches Record Levels with Focus on Freelancers, Healthcare, Bitcoin, Blockchain: Report

Primary Venture Partners, a seed-stage VC firm focused on supporting New York City’s “most promising” founders, notes that this past October (2020), they had revealed that Q3 2020 NYC seed activity was “the highest it had been since the record-breaking Q3 2019 quarter.” While third-quarter… Read More

Los Angeles based Fintech InvestCloud Completes Recapitalization, Wealth Platform Now Valued at $1B

California-headquartered Fintech firm InvestCloud has reportedly completed a recapitalization that now values the platform at around $1 billion. According to a release, new financial investors are led by Motive Partners with Clearlake Capital Group, L.P. and also includes other InvestCloud client shareholders. Under the terms… Read More

Denmark-Based SaaS Management Platform Oveo.io Scores €1 Million During Pre-Seed Investment Round

Oveo.io, a Denmark-based SaaS management platform, has secured €1 million through its pre-seed funding round from various angel investors. Founded in 2019, Oveo.io seeks to help modern IT and finance teams gain company-wide visibility into software speed and utilization. “Our SaaS Management Platform give modern… Read More

Banking Software Company Temenos Announces New Banks Core-Agnotic, SaaS Solution for Personalized Product & Services Launch

Temenos (SIX: TEMN), a banking software company, announces its next-generation Temenos Enterprise Pricing solution, which enables banks to design, manage and price innovative products, services, and product bundles using their own and third-party products. Accordingto Temenos, Temenos Enterprise Pricing can be deployed on Temenos Transact… Read More

Wolters Kluwer, a Compliance, Finance, Legal, and Tax Solutions Provider, Enhances UX for PPP Funding

Wolters Kluwer, a company providing information services and solutions for professionals in the health, tax and accounting, risk and compliance, finance and legal sectors, has enhanced the end-to-end user experience for the latest Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) funding va TSoftPlus software and the eOriginal platform…. Read More

SaaS Tech Provider Datasite Completes Agreement to be Acquired By International Private Equity Firm CapVest

Datasite, a U.S.-based SaaS technology provider for mergers and acquisitions (M&A) professionals, announced on Wednesday it has completed its agreement to be acquired by funds managed by CapVest Partners LLP, an international private equity firm. Datasite reported that the transaction, which was first announced on… Read More

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

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