Tag "Fintech"

Latvia Named Top Country With Largest Growth Fintech Interest Since 2020

Over the past year, Latvia, Zimbabwe and Israel have witnessed the highest surge in fintech interest worldwide, an analysis by the Fintech News Network found. Latvia considered as one of the most startup-friendly countries in the world Google Trends data

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The 9 Hottest Fintech, Insurtech and Proptech Startups in Finland

Over the past years, Finland’s fintech industry has been growing rapidly. Today, the nation is home to roughly 160 fintech companies covering a wide range of areas including payments, cryptocurrencies, blockchain, insurance, security and compliance, APIs and platforms, data and

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Open Banking Represents the Largest Fintech Opportunity in the Baltics and Nordics

The Nordic and Baltic region is poised to become a fintech powerhouse, but challenges related to access to capital, achieving scale and reach, and regulation must be addressed, found a new survey. Launched during Money20/20 in Amsterdam earlier this week,

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Fintech Baltic Officially Launched – Latest News Fintech News from Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia

The Baltic States, namely Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, are an exciting place to be for financial services companies and fintech startups. The region is quickly becoming a prominent hub for fintech companies, and is home to not only successful ventures

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Lithuania Introduces Remote Fintech Licensing

Bank of Lithuania – the country’ regulator – has introduced a procedure which will allow companies to apply remotely for Fintech licences. T his regulatory technology  tool willfacilitate the process of submitting and managing applications for e-money and payment institution

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New Report Spotlights Nordic and Baltic Region Thriving Fintech Industry

The Nordic and Baltic region is increasingly becoming a hotspot for fintech innovation. Fintech success is not in short supply in the region, which has so far given birth to half of Europe’s six fintech unicorns, according to a new

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