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The ID Co. chosen by the UK’s Department for International Trade (DIT) to join its second annual UK Trade Mission.
Open Banking Excellence is an initiative founded by the Edinburgh finTech community.
Whose Data Is It Anyway? will discuss and debate the present-day regulations alongside the realities associated with privacy and the use of personal data.
More than 200 attendees from around the world have already signed up to take part in a conference being held in Edinburgh next month to discuss the development of blockchain technology.
High profile hacks have exposed personal data to potential misuse while online fraud is now estimated to cost the UK economy more than £11bn per year.
A stock exchange focused on “profit with a purpose” is preparing for a full launch in Scotland.
Crowdfunding technology firm ShareIn is targeting expansion in Europe after launching its first multilingual and multi-currency platforms.
Chief executive of a new body to boost growth in the financial technology sector named.
Money Dashboard's award-winning app brings together current accounts, savings accounts and credit cards into one place helping users get a true view of their finances.
Fintech company The ID Co. empowers individuals to share the trusted data in their bank and other ID documents to prove ‘they really are who they say they are’ online.
Fintech start-up heading to Abu Dhabi to the final in a global "integrity challenge" run by banking giant Citi.
Crowdfunding technology specialist ShareIn is supporting the launch of a venture that allows online investment in community energy projects.
Edinburgh-based Money Dashboard, has launched a funding campaign, raising over £500,000 within 75 hours.
The Royal Bank of Scotland plans to buy Edinburgh-based FreeAgent plc in an all cash offer.
Edinburgh fintech company FreeAgent has expanded into the entire fifth floor of the landmark Edinburgh Quay 1 office development.
Nucleus Financial Group has been revealed as the winner of this year’s Scottish Financial Services Awards.
According to recent figures global investment in fintech has rocketed with recognised tech clusters such as Edinburgh supporting London’s global dominance.
An ongoing legacy of financial innovation and a booming tech start-up scene have led to Edinburgh emerging as a centre for equity crowdfunding.
The tech sector in Edinburgh now accounts for 1 in 8 businesses and Edinburgh has been ranked the largest technology cluster outside London in terms of productivity.
With online fraud growing every year, it is now estimated to cost the UK economy more than £11bn per year, increasing levels of cyber security will be vital as fintech approaches "watershed moment."
The Edinburgh-based boutique financial adviser is looking to strengthen its links with Silicon Valley amid an increased deal flow from across the Atlantic.
The accounting software company has signed a deal with the Royal Bank of Scotland to provide the service to its small business customers.
Financial technology business accelerator will operate from an entrepreneurial centre set up a year ago at Royal Bank of Scotland's headquarters in Edinburgh.
Accounting giant Deloitte is bolstering its digital offering in Scotland with the purchase of Edinburgh based design consultancy Market Gravity.
Money Dashboard has hit a £1 million equity fundraising target with six days of its crowdfunder still left to run.
Wallet.Services has completed a seed funding round and enlisted the support of tech sector entrepreneurs to develop its “blockchain” system.
Edinburgh based fintech pioneer Money Dashboard is expanding its team after raising more than £1.5m in crowd funding.
Edinburgh-based fintech company Float is growing rapidly as businesses around the world adopt its cash flow management technology.
Professional services firm EY is expanding its presence in Edinburgh by taking 32,000 sqft in the prestigious Atria development.
A Hong Kong-based cryptocurrency research and development company is investing in a research laboratory at The University of Edinburgh's School of Informatics.
Global investment in fintech has rocketed from $930m in 2008 to $12.5bn in 2015, with recognised tech clusters such as Edinburgh supporting London’s global dominance.
Edinburgh will play a leading role in driving the UK’s £20bn fintech industry and shaping a fast-moving global industry.
The most prosperous UK city outside of London, with lower unemployment and higher disposable income, as well as the second highest GVA in the UK, Edinburgh packs a powerful economic punch for its compact size.
An Edinburgh-based provider of accounting software has floated on London’s Alternative Investment Market (Aim). The initial public offering (IPO) by FreeAgent values the company at £34.1m.
The expanding software firm has almost doubled its space as the business pushes ahead with ambitious growth plans.
Cyber security consultancy, Context Information Security, has opened a new office in Edinburgh.
Edinburgh Innovations, the University of Edinburgh’s tech transfer office, has joined the Scottish Government’s FinTech Scotland initiative.
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