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Seven West Media makes strategic investment in RaizAustralia’s largest, mobile-first financial services platform, Raiz Invest, has announced today a strategic investment by Seven West Media. Read moreeftpos flicks the switch on world-class AI anti-fraud technology to fortify online shopping securityThe shift to AI-driven predictive fraud scoring is a crucial milestone in the evolution of Australia’s digital payments ecosystem. Read moreAustralia’s fastest growing accounting firm, Illumin8, implements AnnatureAnnature, the leading Australian-owned eSigning platform announces it has added fast-growing accounting firm, Illumin8 to its client list. Read moreMobile payments company Mr Yum raises record-breaking $89m Series A round led by Tiger GlobalMelbourne-founded mobile payments company Mr Yum has raised an $89M AUD […]
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Jul
12

Robo-Advice

Robo-Advice with FinTech The reason that financial advice has always been so expensive is because it required experts to take into consideration a great number of variables to offer the right advice. However, as computing power improves it is possible for leaders and innovators of industries that are underpinned by advice, to make use of this increased computing power.  By giving a computer the rules and algorithms it requires to make accurate and consistent decisions you can now rely on the results and remove the most expensive and error prone component from the system- the personal advisor. Robo-Advice is quite a new term but a concept we have been progressing […]
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May
11

Stockmarket

FinTech’s approach to the Stockmarket At much the same time we were learning to trust our internet banking processes we were learning to accept we could trade online. While in the early 2000's the process wasn't very sophisticated we were able to trade at greatly reduced cost. No longer did we require a broker. While it may not have been the first E-Trade made it simple to open an account and trade at a fraction of the cost we were used to. Today we have progressed a long way and there are a great number of sophisticated technologies to assist us effectively trade on the sharemarket. Some of the technologies […]
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