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Mambu Extends Cloud Approach With AWS, Google Cloud and Microsoft Azure

Cloud banking platform Mambu has announced general availability across three leading cloud providers — Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud and Microsoft Azure. The company says that this will allow customers to choose a provider based on their specific business,

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Top Funded DACH Fintechs and Top DACH Fintech Cities

The global fintech landscape has encountered accelerated change in recent years thanks to expansive funding and the notably pivotal role the industry played in adapting to the pandemic and post-pandemic eras. Financial accessibility and digital services rapidly expanded around the

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Western Union Taps Mambu for Its New Digital Bank Platform in Europe

Cloud banking platform Mambu has teamed up with Western Union to integrate its solution into the latter’s next generation real time multi-currency digital wallet and digital banking platform in Europe. Mambu will enable Western Union to extend the relationship with

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German Fintech Investor CommerzVentures Closes Its €300 Million Fund

German specialist fintech investor CommerzVentures has announced its third €300 million fund. The fund will go towards supporting early and growth-stage companies in the fintech and insurtech sectors, as well as the emerging climate fintech space. CommerzVentures has also committed

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Mambu Pushes Valuation to Over €1.7 Billion With €110 Million Investment

Berlin-based SaaS banking platform Mambu has raised €110 million during its latest funding round, increasing its valuation to over €1.7 billion. The round was led by venture firm TCV, whose investments include Netflix, RELEX, Spotify, and WorldRemit. Mambu also received

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What Are Germany’s Top Funded Fintech Startups Doing With Their Funds?

Fintech continues to thrive in Germany with the number of fintech companies and investment volume steadily growing. Berlin in particular has emerged as one of Europe’s leading fintech hubs, hosting 27% of the country’s fintech companies. Frankfurt and the wider

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