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Nov
24

Australian FinTech company profile #110 – TrueLayer

TrueLayer provides global access to financial and open banking APIs that empower engineers, innovators and enterprises to create smarter financial services.

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Mar
04

In the middle of a technology revolution, Australia winds the clock back to the dark ages of the industrial revolution

In the middle of a technology revolution, Australia winds the clock back to the dark ages of the industrial revolution

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Dec
19

Thank You & Merry Christmas!

From the team at Australian FinTech, we’d like to say a massive THANK YOU to everyone who has supported us over the past 12 months.

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Aug
20

Lessons from Australian businesses on cracking the US market

Colin Weir, CEO and founder of Moroku is planning to spend two weeks in mid-September on the west coast of America meeting at least two banks each day. Moroku is an Australian fintech which sells white label mobile app technology for banks, which allows banks to build their own apps using the mobile application development platform or they can use the pre-built apps from Moroku, such as Chore Scale – a mobile banking app for kids, launched in 2017. “The problem we are trying to solve is how do we make banking fun so banks can differentiate with their offering and customers can pay attention and get skilled at managing […]

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Mar
08

NYC Immersion Program – 5 Things Australian Scaleup’s Learned

The US market might seem like a distant goal for many Australian businesses. The reality is, however, that more local startups are making the leap to grow their business every year – and learning a lot along the way. We know that Founders are always looking for the most efficient way to grow and scale and what better way than to learn from those who are making it happen? That’s why we asked some of the participants from our 2017 FinTech NYC Immersion Program about some of the most important lessons they learned during their time in the US. Here are their tips for startups looking to follow in their footsteps: […]

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Dec
07

Fintech Startups Prospa and Credi take out the top spots in the Inaugural Australian National Techboard Awards

Australia’s top trending companies were celebrated at the Techboard 2017 National Awards on 30 November 2017. Over the course of 2017, Techboard has been tracking metrics on Australian Startups and publishing monthly rankings that rank companies on the extent to which the metrics indicate they are trending or gaining mindshare.  The Techboard 2017 National awards are a culmination of those monthly rankings and comprised two company categories, the highest trending company overall and the highest trending up and coming company.  Techboard held the event in conjunction with StartCon, Australia’s largest startup and growth conference with the backing of leading sponsors MYOB.   In this, its first National Awards, the winners […]

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Jun
30

Tom Culver of Goodments wins inaugural EY WAMTech PitchFest

Tom Culver, CEO and Co-Founder of Goodments, has been named as winner of the inaugural EY WAMTech PitchFest for his innovative FinTech solution in response to the problem statement of how to simplify the process for financial advice within the wealth and asset management (WAM) industry. Culver took out the top award among stiff competition from the group of five short-listed finalists at a special event held in Sydney last night.   Supported by the Financial Services Council (FSC), the PitchFest called on FinTechs to help revolutionise the Australian WAM industry by designing innovative technology-based solutions to some of its biggest challenges, as identified via a survey of senior executives […]

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Jul
13

The 14 Australian fintech startups chosen for KPMG’s new accelerator program

KPMG Australia today launched mLabs, an accelerator to connect credit unions and mutual banks with some of Australia’s most promising fintech startups. The program follows the successful Energise accelerator run for the energy and natural resources sector last year. The program will initially be used by seven Australian mutual banks and credit unions: Beyond Bank, CUA, Greater Bank, Heritage, IMB Bank, Police Bank and Teachers Mutual Bank. The KPMG Mutuals Review 2015 found that mutuals are well placed to implement new technologies and ideas and to collaborate with fintech startups. “KPMG mLabs is designed to catalyse this process,” says James Mabbott, head of KPMG innovate. “It will be a platform […]

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