TFT Bi-Weekly: The Week’s Hot Fintech Goss 30/01

January 30, 2024
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A recent bi-weekly news roundup in The Fintech Times highlights key updates and developments in the fintech industry. The roundup includes information on funding updates, appointments, company updates, and partnerships.

  • Cultivo, a public benefit corporation, has raised $14 million in Series A funding to accelerate its mission of regenerating nature through high-quality projects.
  • BRLA Digital, operating in the cross-border payments and crypto infrastructure market, received additional investment for its pre-seed round.
  • TransUnion has named Sudhish Mohan as its new UK and Europe chief information officer.
  • Allied Payment Network hires Nichole Gurevitch as vice president of sales.
  • Plinqit appoints Jason Seale as VP of sales to support the company’s growth.
  • Iain Hendry has been promoted to national head of sales for Optimum Finance.
  • Liminal Custody Solutions appoints Amir Tabch as CEO for the Middle East region.
  • WineFi appoints Jonathan Keeling as chief commercial officer.
  • TradeCore names Igor Jović as CEO.
  • Zally welcomes David Webb as chairman.
  • ADVANCE.AI appoints Dennis Martin as CEO of its credit reporting business.
  • Tandem appoints Maria Khan as director of product and digital, and Chris Parker as head of marketing.
  • Neo opens its Hong Kong office to expand its presence in the blockchain hub.
  • Bitpanda launches Bitpanda Wealth tailored for HNWIs and treasuries.
  • Thunes expands its tree-planting initiative with Handprint.
  • Boubyan Bank partners with Snowdrop Solutions to provide a seamless view of financial transactions.
  • United Arab Bank embarks on a digital transformation with SAP and Amazon Web Services hosting the data.
  • Rakkar Digital partners with Ondo Finance to become the first custodian partner in the Asia-Pacific region within the Ondo Ecosystem.

These updates showcase the continued growth and innovation within the fintech industry.

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