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Airwallex closes US$160 million Series D round – its biggest raise to date

Global fintech leader Airwallex has announced that it has closed its Series D fundraising round at US$160M, marking its biggest raise to date.

3 major lessons learnt: How Airwallex China worked through the COVID-19 crisis

Airwallex’s China office was the first to be affected by COVID-19. Having witnessed the impact first hand, my co-founders and I strongly believe that social distancing is the best way to curb the spread of the virus. In China, implementing work-from-home policies was a crucial step in adhering to social distancing recommendations.
Jack Zhang, CEO Airwallex

Airwallex and Xero partner to help small businesses save time and money

Global fintech leader Airwallex has announced an integration with Xero, the global small business platform – to help Airwallex’s small-to-medium business (SMB) customers seamlessly reconcile their domestic and international payments, saving time and ensuring accuracy.
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Here are 6 good reasons why fintech companies are a great investment in 2020

According to a recent report by KPMG, the biggest Australian fintech transaction and the third biggest deal in Asia recorded in the first half of 2019 was US$100 million, achieved by Australia’s fastest-grown fintech unicorn, Airwallex.
Jack Zhang CEO Airwallex

Airwallex and Visa debut Airwallex Borderless Cards for business – first major product announcement...

Airwallex recently announced the launch of the Airwallex Borderless Card for businesses, in partnership with Visa. Airwallex Borderless Cards is Airwallex’s first major product announcement since it achieved unicorn status last year after a hugely successful series C fundraising round.
StartupAUS CEO and lead author of StartupAUS’ Crossroads 2020 Report Alex McCauley

Australia continues to build its billion dollar businesses despite political headwinds, says StartupAUS’ Crossroads...

Australia continues to build on the fundamentals to support a thriving homegrown startup ecosystem, with a rapidly growing cohort of $100 million+ companies and the average Series A (later stage funding round) almost doubling in size since 2015, according to Crossroads 2020

Aussie startups are flourishing amidst record capital despite tech-phobic climate and talent shortages, says...

Five years after the formation of StartupAUS in 2013, Australia has the fundamentals in place to support a flourishing startup ecosystem, yet significant challenges remain including talent shortages, constrained research and development support, and a cooling attitude toward technology among voters and politicians.

Australia’s best and brightest fintech startups celebrated at 2018 Finnie Awards

The Finnies celebrate the remarkable achievements of Australia’s best FinTech businesses who are recognised for excellence in sectors such as lending, wealth management, payments, crowdfunding, blockchain, artificial intelligence and regtech.

This fintech start-up has raised $3 million to make cross-border payments much easier

Cross-border payments start-up Airwallex has strengthened its Melbourne and Chinese development teams and accelerated R&D of its international payments platform following a US$3 million pre-Series A investment round led by Shanghai-based VC Gobi Partners.
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