In the not-too-distant future, applying for a mortgage could involve little more than giving your name, email and property address, and your…
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At StartupSmart, we’re firm believers in the benefits of switching off for a few weeks — especially at Christmas when you really…
This month, Australia crowned its fifth fintech unicorn in Tyro Payments. A fantastic achievement for the company and the ecosystem.But as of…
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Biza.io, thought leaders in Australia’s Open Banking sector, today announced the Beta launch of DataRight.io Lab (https://dataright.io/lab), Australia’s first Consumer Data Right (CDR) Compliant Open Banking Testing Sandbox.
The cloud-based solution, focused on three key themes of Discover, Build and Comply, allows for rapid deployment of many customised environments simulating the CDR, empowering organisations to begin testing their implementations specific to their required use cases.
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As per the news article recently posted, the Fintech100 report is available in pdf format and can be downloaded from https://h2.vc/f100/
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Australian fintechs represented in Fintech 100: 7 companies named among the world’s leading fintechs
Australian fintech companies made a strong showing in the 2019 Fintech 100, announced recently by Fintech Innovators, a collaboration between fintech investment…
Non-bank lender Liberty has turned to MoneyPlace, a fintech in which it has a majority equity stake, to provide the customer assessment…
In a “world first”, Byron Bay-based Australian fintech Split Payments has leveraged the advent of Open Banking to radically improve direct debit…
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In July of this year Australia’s first Open Banking APIs went live, under the umbrella of the government’s broader Consumer Data Right (CDR) legislation. […] Adatree, a new Australian technology company specialising in CDR compliance released their first product to market – a simple API that aggregates the first Product APIs available from the major banks.
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The round was led by US-based fintech funds Nyca Partners and QED Investors, along with support from many others, including: Citi Ventures, Commerce VC, Elefund, Horizons Ventures, Royal Bank of Canada, 500 Startups and several high profile angel investors such as Cris Conde, former CEO of Sungard, and Taavet Hinrikus, founder of Transferwise.
Fidel has announced an $18 million Series A round, its first major funding to make card payment data both more secure and more accessible, so that the fintech ecosystem can develop faster.