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Top 5 Fintech Raises: Payoneer, Financeit, OpenGamma, Money Forward, FlyPay

Top 5 Fintech Raises: Payoneer, Financeit, OpenGamma, Money Forward, FlyPay

by October 11, 2016 at 11:25 am 0 comments

Last week was a good week for fintech funding (particularly blockchain companies).This week we’re looking at other areas of fintech: payments, point-of-sale providers, and data analytics. Take a look below: Payoneer: Payoneer is a cross-border payments platform that provides mass payout services and is used by Google and Airbnb, among a slew ofRead More

Marketplace Payments Specialist Payoneer Signs Rakuten.com

Marketplace Payments Specialist Payoneer Signs Rakuten.com

by October 1, 2016 at 11:37 am 2 comments

New York-based money transfer service Payoneer has signed with e-commerce player Rakuten.com, formerly known as Buy.com. Payoneer doesn’t enable purchases on the platform, but rather enables Rakuten to compensate its suppliers, who may be located anywhere in the globe, particularity East Asia. “We’re a bridge between marketplaces and sellers,” saidRead More

Israel: Small Country, Getting Bigger in Fintech

Israel: Small Country, Getting Bigger in Fintech

by December 4, 2013 at 10:14 am 1 comment

There are signs Israel is growing in importance as a fintech hub. Bank Leumi and the Elevator fund created a Fintech Innovation Hub in Israel last April to empower local startups. Citigroup launched a financial technology accelerator last July. Also in July, Carmel Ventures, a local VC, began hosting Fintech Forums,Read More

Value Payment Systems is the Top Financial Services Company in the Inc. 5000

Value Payment Systems is the Top Financial Services Company in the Inc. 5000

by September 5, 2013 at 10:28 am 0 comments

Value Payment Systems, a Nashville, Tenn.-based e-payments company, topped all financial services companies in Inc.com’s 2013 survey of the 5000 fastest growing companies in the United States. It was ranked #7 overall. The company posted a three-year growth figure of 17,400% — not too shabby — and annual revenue ofRead More