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A pervasive culture of hogwashed grift has infected the professional services economy to the point of degradation.
In the week that saw Australian neobank Volt became the latest challenger to feel the effects of a tough funding environment, it has emerged that …
In today’s FinTech news, FinTech Airwallex is moving into New Zealand with its multi-currency digital wallets, while Aussie bank Volt hands back its license.
Australia's first fully-licenced neobank Volt is to shut down - giving customers just six days to withdraw their deposits - after failing to pick up …
Australian digital bank, Volt, confirmed its decision to wind down business by returning customer deposits and renouncing its banking license.
The firm intends to issue credit cards for expats and is seeking funding of $100m.
In the wake of Square's takeover bid for Afterpay, The New Criterion's Tim Boreham explores other ASX-listed fintechs and their various models
Will 2021 see neobanks reach true maturity through profitability? That’s the hottest topic of the year which Maxim Bederov tackles here.
It's abundantly clear now that as fintech cements its place in the financial sector, accelerated further by the COVID-19 pandemic, it could open the sector …