Fintech startups win a share of 25 million from RBS bail out fund

Fintech startups win a share of £25 million from RBS bail out fund

Five fintech startups – Codat, Fluidly, Form3 Funding Options and Swoop Finance – are the latest beneficiaries of the RBS bail out fund, each picking up £5 million in awards to boost competition in the market for SME banking.

How Stripe Built A $35 Billion Company

Mind-boggling fun fact: Last year, 50% of online transactions were made through Stripe. In fact, you probably make payments on Stripe all the time and aren’t even aware of it.

Order a Lyft? Stripe. Buy something on Amazon? Stripe again. Book a room on Expedia? You guessed it … Stripe! The list continues. Basically, if you pull out your wallet to buy anything online, you can bet two Irish boys are smiling somewhere.

While other kids in school were playing video games, Stripe’s founders John Collison and Patrick Collison were busy selling their first company for $5 million. That’s before graduating high school, by the way.

“Wait, what do you mean there’s no school valet for Lambos?”

As time went on, the brothers continued to build online businesses and found themselves increasingly frustrated with the absence of a decent payment processing platform. So, they did what all great entrepreneurs do: They turned their frustration into inspiration.

The Collison brothers would proceed to lay the foundation for what would become the internet’s standard payment system. The rest is history.

Perhaps Stripe has the best business model of any company: Take a fee on everyone else’s debit/credit card transactions (2.9% plus $0.30, for each successful transaction).

That may seem like a small amount of money, but after processing a trillion here and a trillion there, soon enough you’re talking about “real money”.

VCs love Stripe (to the tune of a $35 billion-dollar valuation, based on the startup’s most recent funding) so much so, that its founders now share the title of the youngest “billionaire bros” on earth.

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Finance Technology | Finance Documentary | Technology | Full Doc

FinTech Made in Switzerland – FinTech Made in Switzerland is the first documentary about the rapidly growing FinTech movement in Switzerland.

FinTech Made in Switzerland (2016)
Director: Manuel Stagars
Writer: Manuel Stagars
Stars: Manuel Stagars, Adriano B. Lucatelli, Andreas Kubli
Genre: Documentary
Country: Switzerland
Language: German | English
Release Date: 16 November 2016 (Switzerland)
Filming Locations: Switzerland

FinTech Made in Switzerland is the first documentary about the rapidly growing FinTech movement in Switzerland. The film includes interviews with startup entrepreneurs, investors, bankers, and politicians who participate in the evolution of the Swiss financial sector. Digitization will influence the future of Switzerland as a banking hub. FinTech Made in Switzerland is a time capsule of the current state of the new digital financial sector at a crucial turning point. The film comes with a clear message: Switzerland has the know-how and entrepreneurial talent to be a leader in FinTech, but to get to the next level, new and old players in the financial sector need to meet at eye level and collaborate. The film is optimistic that banks, established tech companies and startups will succeed by placing the needs of customers at the center of financial services again. It features stars of the Swiss FinTech scene including experts from UBS, Credit Suisse, Raiffeisen, Cantonal Banks, Swisscom or PostFinance and investors and founders of fast-growing startups in roboadvisory, cryptocurrencies, insurtech, and others.

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Hong Kong – Launchpad for Fintech Startups (May 2021)

How the global pandemic is accelerating innovative development of financial technology (Financial Times)

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Mohnish Pabrai Goes All In!! $90 Million in Micron Tech – Should You Invest in $MU?

Mohnish Pabrai, Buffett disciple and Billionaire, bets everything on 1 stock. The King of focused portfolio investing is doing it again. Learn why he invested in Micron Technologies (MU) and with the stock down you should buy it too?

“Long ago, Ben Graham taught me that ‘Price is what you pay; value is what you get.’ Whether we’re talking about socks or stocks, I like buying quality merchandise when it is marked down.” – Warren Buffett

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00:00 Why Mohnish Pabrai bought the Micron Technologies stock?
02:50 The 5 key attribute
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