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Wise valued at £8.75bn as the company completes largest direct listing

Fintech company Wise broke a record last week when it debuted on the London Stock Exchange (LSE) by reaching a valuation of £8.75 billion.

Wise expects valuation of £9bn with new London listing

Wise, former TransferWise, is about to go public on the London Stock Exchange through a direct listing.

Curve launched NFT auction to support theaters

London-based Fintech Curve has decided to raise money in an auction of five Curve-themed NFT’s to support London's theaters.

The end of the skyscraper era? Barclays CEO says ‘putting 7,000 people in a building may be thing of the past’

Barclays CEO Jes Staley claims that the COVID-19 pandemic could permanently change how banks and their employees do business in the future.

B-Social raises an additional £7.8M ahead of its rebrand

B-Social, the London-based fintech building what it calls a “social bank,” is announcing that it has raised a further £7.8 million in...

Is “Curve” moving to the U.S.A? They’ve already opened a center in Brooklyn!

The Curve is a well-known London-based fintech with which you may combine your bank cards into one. Curve has about 300,000 cardholders at this point.
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