As the statistics show, access to capital can be life or death for a business – but it can be difficult and expensive to obtain.
Beyond helping users see where their money is going, Frollo also looks to help users achieve their savings or other money goals and learn better money habits.
Fintech startup Study Loans, which looks to help students finance their tertiary education, has secured a $50 million finance facility from an ‘ASX200 finance company’ and launched a $5 million capital raise.
Gen Y-focused financial advisory firm Wealth Enhancers has expanded into online education with the launch of Wealth Creation for Gen Y, a course aimed at helping Gen Y out with their finances.
On this episode of Startup meet Corporate, we explore innovation in the financial services space, sitting down for a chat with Melissa Witheriff, head of digital innovation at Credit Union Australia.
Three years in the making, Judo Capital is launching into the market today with a focus on building real relationships with its SME customers.
Open banking will “revolutionise” Australia’s financial services sector by giving consumers the right to share their data to get themselves a better deal, Treasurer Scott Morrison said.
Tyro has announced Robbie Cooke, the former managing director and CEO of Tatts Group, will take on the role of CEO at the end of March.
Data registries and analytics business Illion, formerly Dun & Bradstreet, has acquired Adelaide fintech startup Proviso as it gears up for the arrival of Australia’s open banking regime.
Fintech startup Douugh has closed a $2.5 million seed funding round and landed a partnership with US bank, Choice Financial.
National Australia Bank (NAB) has today announced it is set to hire 600 tech specialists across the areas of software engineering, data, architecture, and security.
ANZ has announced the appointment of Ron Spector as its managing director of New Business, Emerging Technology and Ventures.
ASIC has announced a deal with the China Securities Regulatory Commission to promote innovation in financial services in their respective markets.
Australian fintech startups are seeing median revenues of $95,000 a month, up from a median of $30,000 a month last year, the 2017 Fintech Australia census has found.