Soho-based Argent, which bills itself as one of the world's first smart crypto-wallets, has raised £9.2m in funding.
Neotas, a three-year-old startup which provides due diligence solutions to financial services organisations, has been picked from 350 to join ING at its FinTech accelerator in Brussels.
London’s fintech scene is paying a high price for its progressive approach to colleague welfare, with ‘healthcare taxation’ more severe in London than anywhere else.
Following the supermarket giant's first cashless store in Hertfordshire, Tesco has now opened the same service in central London.
Over the past few years, London-based Revolut has raised $836 million in total.
SumUp made its name with contractless card machines for merchants but is now expanding into cards.
TotallyMoney, a FinTech company aiming to improve the UK’s credit score, acquired their three millionth customer this week.
N26, a German challenger bank, is closing accounts for UK customers on 15 April, blaming the Brexit withdrawal process.
London agency Yonder Media has been appointed by fintech company FreeAgent to handle its media planning and buying.
Digital bank Starling has managed to raise another £60 million from its existing investors. It plans to use the investment to continue expanding, and will give its 800 employees shares in the company.