Holm Bank partners with Union to create a digital platform and expand in consumer and SME markets
Union FinTech is pleased to announce that Tallinn Business Bank (Tallinna Äripank) is utilising its Union I lms solution to manage Asset Backed Lending.
We will be in London for 3 days for the FinTech Connect event. Please contact us to arrange a meeting or visit us at stand P10.
Union has today released new functionality to improve loan and collateral management. CEO Peeter Klanberg commented “We are pleased to assist our ABL clients improve their reporting and profitability and see huge potential in the expanding invoice finance, leasing and hire purchase markets”.
Okia is pleased to announce the release on a new digital identity for online invoice finance company Factor. Okia’s solution includes service design, loan calculators and a UX optimised website.
Union FinTech is pleased to announce it will partner with Tallinn Business Bank to provide loan and leasing management as well as factoring solutions.
Union Financial Technologies will participate at FinTech Connect Live in London from 8-9 December 2015.
The event brings together over 2,000 professionals from the global financial services and FinTech ecosystem to debate topics including Digital transformation, Cryptocurrencies, Payments and Innovation.
It is always a pleasure to visit Denmark and with the battle on to become Nordic FinTech capital we were excited to present at Copenhagen Fintech Innovation and Research (CFIR) recently on ‘Machine Learning and Financial Advice’
Union Financial Technologies will present at the CFIR workshop on Machine Learning and Financial Advice in Copenhagen on 31 August 2015.
The event brings together financial services providers, Fintech’s and academia from across Denmark to discuss how developments in computational finance create potential to provide automated financial advice.
At recent events we have been amazed by the reaction to three simple words: core banking system.
For some payment and alternative finance start-ups it was a new concept. For bankers it conjured images of Cobol programming pensioners in a dusty basement. Three competitors privately admitted they had stopped investing in this segment.