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London Fintech Banked to Focus on US Expansion After Securing Fresh Capital from Bank of America, Others

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Brad Goodall, CEO and Founder at Banked, notes that it’s a big day for the company – with the announcement of their Series A and their partnership with Bank of America. Goodall also mentioned that the entire team at Banked have worked really hard to… Read More

UK’s Sourced Capital Obtains Direct Authorization from the Financial Conduct Authority

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Sourced Capital, a UK property investment platform and wholly-owned subsidiary of the Sourced Group, has announced that it received direct authorization from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and “acquired Peer Funding Limited, a peer-to-peer business platform.” Sourced Capital says that it proved its solid track… Read More

UK’s WiseAlpha, a Digital Bond Market, Teams Up with Fintech Fortu Wealth

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WiseAlpha, the United Kingdom’s digital bond market platform, is pleased to confirm its strategic partnership with UK-headquartered Fintech firm, Fortu Wealth. This collaboration marks another key milestone for the Fintech companies, both planning to offer a smart financial solution to private banking customers. As noted… Read More

£64B in Pension Savings May be Lost Track Of Due to Clients Not Updating Contact Information When Relocating, UK’s PensionBee Reports

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Research from online pension provider, PensionBee, reveals that nearly a third of savers (32%) think that it doesn’t matter whether they notify their pension provider(s) of a change of address, as they will still have a way to contact them. This belief may be quite… Read More

TP ICAP Group to Appoint Sebastien Rozes as Regional CEO for EMEA, Subject to UK FCA Approval

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TP ICAP Group, a provider of market infrastructure, reveals that it has appointed Sebastien Rozes to serve as Regional CEO for the EMEA region, currently subject to approval from the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). Sebastien, based out of London offices, is an experienced financial… Read More

UK’s TraderMade, a Financial Market Data Specialist, Introduces Forex Data API Portal

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TraderMade, which claims to be one of the United Kingdom’s leading international specialists in financial market data, has confirmed the launch of a forex data API portal – which allows users to effectively manage their own data plans. As noted by TraderMade’s management: “We have… Read More

UK’s Prime Property Lending Platform CapitalRise Reports Significant Growth in 2021

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Ealier this month, the team at UK-based CapitalRise, a prime property lending platform, had announced a multi-million pound loan advancement for luxury Ealing development. As mentioned in a blog post by CapitalRise, the “dedicated” prime property lender had confirmed the advancement of a multi-million-pound senior… Read More

UK’s Prime Property Investment Platform CapitalRise has Returned Over £50M to Investors Since Inception

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CapitalRise, the dedicated prime property investment platform, revealed on Thursday (May 13, 2021) that it has managed to return over £50 million to investors since launching its operations. According to a release shared with Crowdfund Insider, CapitalRise provided “an average return of 9.2 percent per… Read More

UK based P2P Lender Proplend Introduces AutoLend 2, a New Feature Allowing Users to Turn Investing Activities On or Off

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UK-based P2P lender Proplend has introduced AutoLend 2, a new product that provides lenders the option to turn their investing activities on or off. The P2P property lending platform is offering an auto-investing option called Always On and a manual investment product referred to as… Read More

COVID-19 Financial Relief: Standard Chartered to Provide $1 Billion in Capital to Companies Fighting Coronavirus

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London-based Standard Chartered, a British multinational banking and financial services company with over $700 billion in total assets, has reportedly committed $1 billion in capital to companies that are helping to address the economic challenges due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19). There are now many companies… Read More

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