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While some financial sector bosses have welcomed remote working with open arms, others have struggled to trust their employees to work autonomously with some even ramping up on surveillance to track exactly what their workforce is doing. This may, however, be problematic for organisations looking to attract and retain
UBS is in talks to invest $400 million in Indian digital payments startup Paytm, according to Bloomberg. A fund run by UBS’s asset management arm is in discussions to buy a stake in Paytm alongside some of the Swiss bank’s clients, according to people close to the talks. UBS
London-based fintech Curve, which combines multiple cards and accounts into one smart card and app, has announced that it raised $95M (nearly €78M) as a part of its Series C funding round. The investment comes from a slew of leading international investors. International expansion plans The latest funding round in Curve was
(Reuters) – Visa and financial technology company Plaid said on Tuesday that they would terminate their $5.3 billion merger agreement following a U.S. government lawsuit aimed at stopping the proposed transaction on antitrust grounds. The U.S. Justice Department had sued to stop the deal in November, saying that Visa
Walmart (WMT), the world’s largest retailer, announced on Monday that it is launching a financial technology (fintech) startup in partnership with Palo Alto, Calif.–based venture capital firm Ribbit Capital, a backer of Robinhood, Credit Karma and Affirm. The new fintech company, which will be majority-owned by Walmart, aims to
LONDON — Online payments firm is now Europe’s top tech unicorn. said Tuesday that it had raised $450 million in an investment led by Tiger Global Management — which is also an investor in rival payments giant Stripe — lifting its valuation to $15 billion. That’s almost three times
One European fintech sits among the top 10, reaching unicorn status in less than 4 years. The world is now home to over 70 fintech “unicorns” — startups worth over a billion dollars. If nothing else, this highlights the continued hype around the fintech sector, with investors tripping over themselves
“Grab, the Southeast Asian US$15 billion ride-hailing and food delivery giant backed by SoftBank and Uber, is accelerating its expansion into financial services with a new fundraising by its fintech subsidiary. Grab is betting on growing demand from the region’s rising class of merchants and consumers,” reported The Information. The
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