Funding from Point72, Bridge lane, Tank Stream and Reinventure, has allowed workplace software startup Flare to make progress on the next evolution of their financial wellness vision to help working Australians live their best financial life.
The Finnies awards night plays a key role in celebrating our best and brightest and pushing our industry to test its own limits.
UBank, the digital bank launched by National Australia Bank in 2008, is set to launch intelligent assistant Mia to help customers through their home loan applications.
As the finance sector deals with the fallout, fintech startups are taking note of both the lessons to be learned and the opportunities that have emerged.
ASIC has joined 28 international bodies in launching the Global Financial Innovation Network (GFIN), which aims to support financial innovation in the interests of consumers.
Israeli fintech startup Splitit has completed the first ASX listing of the year, following the closing of a $12 million initial public offering (IPO).
Fresh from securing its restricted banking licence from the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) last month, neobank Xinja Bank has launched its second equity crowdfunding offer.
Australian fintech company Ignition Advice has partnered with Bank of Ireland to launch a digital advice platform for the bank’s customers.
OpenSparkz is working to reimagine loyalty programs and offers, believing there is too much friction in existing schemes for both merchants and customers.
The Australian alternative lending space has a new player in its midst, with new offering Lumi launching following the raise of a $31.5 million Series A round.
While there are a wealth of pocket money apps and kids’ bank accounts in the market, the team still saw a gap for a money management and education tool for kids, and so Kwidz was born.
Your Money Your Life features a terrific program of seminars presented by a range of expert financial gurus plus a range of investment advisers and fund managers ready to talk to you personally and answer any questions.
Almost 70 percent of Australian fintech startups are post-revenue and 19 percent are profitable, median revenue growth across the sector up 2.25x on 2017, a report has found.
Get, the Sydney-based university payments startup formerly known as Qnect, has raised $3.4 million in a funding round led by Vertex Ventures and Click Ventures.
WLTH aims to put into the hands of the average Australian tech tools that have traditionally only been available to finance professionals.