FinTech Scotland



FinTech Scotland to host Glasgow conference to build UK fintech sector

Business leaders will gather tomorrow in Glasgow for the first major conference dedicated to stimulating the growth of the fintech industry across the UK.

Published 13 October 2021

Number of Scottish fintech SMEs increases by over 50% during pandemic

The number of Scottish Fintech SMEs has increased by over 50% during the eighteen months of the pandemic with the FinTech Scotland entrepreneurial community growing from 119 in March 2020 to 181 today.

Published 9 September 2021

Australian financial services firm to be headquartered in Glasgow

BlackArrow Financial Solutions, an international start-up firm that utilises artificial intelligence technology to support its customers in their journey to financial freedom, has announced plans to locate its headquarters in Glasgow.

Published 8 June 2021

Fintech Innovation Roadmap to drive digital enabled net zero economic recovery in Scotland

FinTech Scotland is developing a ten-year business-led research and innovation roadmap which will support the growth of Scotland’s digital economy and the development of fintech innovation across the UK.

Published 12 May 2021

Level E Research raises £1.2 million from group of private investors

Level E Research, the Edinburgh based leader in artificial intelligence (AI) investment solutions, has just closed a seed funding round raising £1.2 million from a group of private investors including leading figures in the investment management industry.

Published 8 April 2021

UK Government 'must ensure fintech succeeds', Kalifa Review finds

The UK Government must continue to be focused on ensuring the success of UK fintech, according to the newly released Kalifa Review of Fintech.

Published 26 February 2021

UK Government 'must ensure fintech succeeds', Kalifa Review finds

The UK Government must continue to be focused on ensuring the success of UK fintech, according to the newly released Kalifa Review of Fintech.

Published 26 February 2021

Scottish fintech firms sign FinTech for All charter

All FinTech Scotland and Scottish fintech firms have today signed the FinTech For All charter.

Published 9 February 2021

Singapore's TranSwap launches in Scotland with new Edinburgh R&D centre

TranSwap, a cross-border payment platform based in Singapore, has officially launched in Scotland – the company’s fifth market after Singapore, Hong Kong, Indonesia and Malaysia.

Published 3 February 2021

FinTech Scotland and FinTech Wales call for increased R&I across UK

FinTech Scotland and FinTech Wales have released a report proposing increased Research and Innovation (R&I) to drive acceleration in fintech development across the UK, nationally and regionally to support growth and new jobs.

Published 26 January 2021

Nicola Anderson appointed chief executive officer of Fintech Scotland

Nicola Anderson has been appointed as the new chief executive officer of Fintech Scotland.

Published 13 January 2021

Scottish technology groups join forces to build strong digital economy

Three of Scotland’s leading technology cluster voices are to work more closely to stimulate Scotland’s digital economy and develop cross-sector collaboration that will lead to growth and a prosperous economy.

Published 2 December 2020

FinTech Scotland enjoys boost after Google Cloud comes on board

Cluster management organisation FinTech Scotland has enjoyed a boost after Google Cloud joined the cluster to support the growth of the fintech SME community in Scotland.

Published 19 November 2020

Fintech Scotland’s Stephen Ingledew to become executive chair

After almost three years as CEO of FinTech Scotland, Stephen Ingledew is to move to the role of executive chair.

Published 6 October 2020

COVID-19 encouraged firms to adopt new technology, report finds

The use of technology and the adoption of digital innovation within Scottish businesses has accelerated at an extraordinary level in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new report by Addleshaw Goddard in partnership with the University of Strathclyde’s Fraser of Allander Institute.

Published 1 October 2020