Nordic Fintech Snippets – April
In April, the Nordic fintech industry just kept on booming with 8 funding rounds in total. We also saw many partnerships formed, and Lendify being acquired by Lunar. Nordic API Gateway was reborn as Aiia, and Enfuce, who started a partnership with Rabobank and Plexian, also powered the new launches of Talenom and Fellow Finance.
We will be also launching our annual Helsinki Fintech Guide in June. If you are interested in exposure in this local industry handbook with a global reach, download the media kit over here.
We will also keep on organizing the Nordic Fintech Trends webinars regularly.
This is Nordic Fintech Snippets, the combined effort of all the Nordic Fintech Hubs, sharing the most important and latest news in fintech and digital finance from each country.
Country specific news
Accounting firm Talenom starts providing bank accounts and cards
Rabobank uses Enfuce’s My Carbon Action to help customers reduce their carbon footprint
Fellow Finance expands into payments with Enfuce’s Card as a Service solution
ePassi Enables Payments With Finnair’s Reward Points in Finland
Nordic API Gateway changes name to Aiia
Cardlay raises €8 million from venture fund run by former Mastercard exec Javier Perez
Lunar to acquire Swedish marketplace lender Lendify
BEC and Aiia join forces to roll out open banking for 27 banks
Expenses startup Pleo preps $100M Series C funding, launches new bill payments service
Penni.io Receives EUR 5.7 Million Investment from Seed Capital Denmark
Paperflow in a DKK 9 million capital injection backed by existing shareholders
Commoditrader announced securing funding of DKK 30 million in debt and equity
Visa Certifies Meniga as a Member of the Visa Ready Programme; Enabling Their APAC Expansion
Mastercard has teamed up with Doconomy to develop a carbon calculator for banks
Returpack Selects Payer to Digitise Payouts in Swedish Recycling Scheme
Klarna launches carbon footprint insights for 90 million consumers
Nordic Cooperation when Plexian and Enfuce deliver cloud-based payment solutions
Påmind in a SEK 15M round backed by angel investors from Sweden
Santander Consumer Bank rolls out new PFM app
Norway’s Central Bank to Test Viability of a CBDC Over the Next 2 Years
Spiff to raise NOK 6.6 million.
Tjommi secures $670k in funding from Vækstfonden and angel investors from Denmark
Beaufort Solutions raised NOK 20M
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