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Major fintech funding round highlights importance of Asia-Australia connections
Airwallex held what is believed to be the biggest Series A capital raise for any Australian non-lending fintech company, backed by Asian investors.
Kiwi fintech startup wins international social enterprise award
Banqer received the Economic Citizenship Education Award at the Global Inclusion Awards ceremony in Berlin, a first for NZ companies.
Mobile payroll service makes life easier for small agritech businesses
Simply Payroll recently signed a strategic partnership with Federated Farmers providing free set up, training and support for the mobile service.
Kiwibank fintech accelerator teams progressing well in lead up to Demo Day
Two months into Kiwibank’s Fintech Accelerator, we catch up with programme manager Rosie Wall on how teams are doing in the final stretch.
Startups: You’re hogging the FinTech limelight, says PwC survey
PwC’s New Zealand Global FinTech Report says that startups are taking up too much of the limelight when it comes to FinTech.
Fintech industry makes nod at gender diversity with new award for women
“Australia has a number of excellent female fintech industry leaders and we are keen to reward and recognise one of these leaders."
New report finds major work to be done on ‘fragmented’ Aussie fintech security
Australia's National Fintech Cyber Security Summit has shown that the industry for fintech security is fragmented and ‘disparate’.
Kiwibank reveals FinTech Accelerator participants for 2017 – who made the cut?
Kiwibank has announced the winners of its New Zealand Kiwibank FinTech Accelerator 2017. Who made the cut and what are their plans?
Museum analytics startup Dexibit wins top prize in Fintech Innovation Challenge
Dexibit has come out on top at the Fintech Innovation Challenge, walking away with a $5000 cash prize and business mentoring opportunities.
Five reasons you should attend The Point 2016
On 8 & 9 November, Auckland will host financial services & payments professionals, Kiwi fintech startups & international experts at The Point 2016.
The fintech start-up with a new approach to communications
We explain the backstory behind an impressive Google-backed fintech start-up
Kiwibank Accelerator & Simmonds Stewart to mentor NZ's promising FinTech startups
Creative HQ and Kiwibank launch the new Kiwibank FinTech Accelerator, and now they have gained the support of law firm Simmonds Stewart.
NZ’s first FinTech Accelerator unveiled to help Kiwi start-ups soar
It has been released to turn great ideas into fledgling businesses and help NZ grow its share of a burgeoning global $1 trillion (NZD) industry.
Digital payments continue to climb, fueled by demand for digital solutions and FinTech
The demand for digital solutions and FinTech disruption fuels need to digitise transaction banking products and services beyond payments.
The Point 2016 – an A to Z of digital disruption in payments
Find out how the payments industry is being disrupted at The Point 2016, New Zealand’s only industry-wide payments conference.
Could the FinTech revolution lead to more collaboration?
Today, the payments sector is one of the most digitally disrupted in the world. Transactions are made through third-party apps.
Calling all fintech startups – get in front of key players, potential partners and investors
If you’re part of a fintech startup with the potential to transform the financial services industry, then Payments NZ wants to help you.
Let's not forget that RegTech is also about cybersecurity
The cybersecurity implications of RegTech and data analytics are just as important as the technology itself, Palo Alto Networks warns.
Getting your strategy ready for Fintech
7 out of 10 banking and securities CIOs tell us that digital entrants from outside their industry are a greater threat than their usual competition.
Frost & Sullivan: Fintech security needs to catch up
Frost & Sullivan study says government agencies, SMEs & startups will need to work together if Australia is to become a leader in Fintech innovation.
Banks struggle to remain relevant as FinTech tools take over
"Banks need to ‘think big’ as they strive to meet evolving customer demands in the digital age."
Australian fintech sector skyrocketing
The Australian fintech sector will reach $4.2 billion by 2020; of which A$1 billion will be completely new added value to the Australian economy.
Australian fintech industry disrupting big four banks
Australia's fintech industry is set to pull money away from the big four banks, according to a report which highlights just how lucrative fintech is.