Eight startups will join Holt fintech accelerator’s 2019 cohort today, billed as “Canada’s only business accelerator
devoted exclusively ..
Montreal-based payment processing company Nuvei – formerly known as Pivotal Payments – has completed its acquisition of Israeli competitor..
Julien Brault’s Hardbacon app has raised $800,000 in funding through the use of the FrontFundr Equity Crowdfunding Portal. This amount inc..
This week Desjardins announced a new $45 million FinTech investment fund to support businesses that use an innovative approach to solving ..
Former Les Affaires reporter Julien Brault’s startup picked up a major client Thursday when Desjardins Group announced it partnered with t..
San Francisco-based online lending company Upgrade will open a new development centre in Montréal. The company expects to hire 75 people w..
Newly Established Fintech Fund Luge Capital Making its First Investment
More good news for Montreal’s startup ecosystem today as fintec..
Banque Nationale clients will now get the chance to use a new mobile point-of-sale feature created through a partnership with the bank and..
Montreal fintech startup NorthOne has closed a $2 million seed round from investors Peter Graham, Tom Williams and Ferst Capital Partners…
A big announcement has already been made at the Canadian Fintech Forum happening in Montreal right now and it’s barely even started.
Julien Brault and his team at Hardbacon are set to offer a “yawn-free,” guaranteed money-back financial literacy course. They say it will ..
Payment Rails has expanded with the addition of David Koblas as their new VP Engineering.
The Montreal-based cloud technology platform ..
Paul Desmarais III, of the powerful Quebec Desmarais family, will serve as the chairman of Diagram, a newly formed Canadian fintech ventur..
Venture capital investment in Canadian financial technology (fintech) companies hit its highest level in almost two decades last year, eve..
At Ferst Capital Partner‘s (FCP) lovely St. Henri space, nearly a dozen startups are working away to change the way Canadians use thei..