Robinhood has managed to top up its Series F funding round with an extra $320 million, which brings its value to $8.6 billion.
Klarna has launched the initiative KlarnaSense to encourage consumers to shop smarter by purchasing the right things, at the right time.
Thriving fintech startup TransferWise has announced that it has secured an FCA license for regulated investment activities. This way it will be able to offer retail investment services in the UK.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has imposed a number of requirements on payment processor Wirecard.
Wirecard’s former CEO, Markus Braun has been arrested on suspicion of false accounting and market manipulation and Wirecard is filing for insolvency.
Curve, is a fintech company that lets you collect your bank cards into a single card and app. Now it is partnering with Samsung in the U.K. to power its forthcoming debit card, which is scheduled to launch later this year.
Mastercard has bought the Salt Lake City-based fintech Finicity. With this move, the card issuer aims to strengthen its open banking platform and expand financial services through more real-time access to data.
London-based payments startup Checkout.com has tripled its market valuation to $5.5 billion after banking a $150m Series B funding round and has remained profitable in the eight years since its foundation in 2012.
Are you a direct debit fan? You probably have direct debits for utility bills, gym subscriptions and more. You probably find direct debits incredibly convenient. But do you know what push payments are? And did you know that they might be taking over direct debits?
Wirecard is a German payments company and its shares have fallen by more than 60% after the firm said its auditors from Ernst & Young had raised questions over cash balances worth €1.9bn last week.
Curve has managed to overcome the Wirecard struggle and now is looking to raise fresh capital, according to Sifted.