Able.ai exits stealth with $20M to help big lenders speed up making high-value loans
Large banks are stepping up their game when it comes to new services and the technology that underpins them, and in many cases they are borrowing straight from the tech world’s playbook: Instead
Maple VC locks down $16.5M for its second seed-stage fund by waving the Canadian flag
Maple VC is based in San Francisco, but don’t let that fool you, its founder, Andre Charoo, noted. The young fund, which launched in 2016 with $1.2 million in capital commitments, just closed on
Lessons we learned from the last week of fintech earnings
Let’s examine a series of winning fintech results from BNPL, consumer finance, proptech and corporate finance before turning to fintech's earnings misses from Q3 2021.
TechCrunch+ roundup: Collecting zero-party data, Airbnb CEO interview, crypto volatility
On Wednesday, November 17 at 3 p.m. PST/6 p.m. EST, I’ll interview Ben Parr on Twitter Spaces about how zero-party marketing best practices. To get a reminder, please follow @techcrunch on Twitter.
Debt-as-a-service provider Sivo wants to power the next generation of lending startups
Sivo wants to do for debt what Stripe did for payments: Make it as easy to access a debt facility as plugging into an API.
Equity Monday: Deliveroo sets IPO price range as we gear up for Y Combinator week
Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. This is Equity Monday, our weekly kickoff that tracks the latest pri
Sivo, a young ‘Stripe for debt’ led by a veteran operator, seems to have investors clamoring
Kate Hiscox is having a moment. Her company, Sivo, founded eight months ago, has already raised $5 million from investors at a post-money valuation of $100 million, and she says she is in active talks