This week's top story is about London which overtook New York for fintech investment. Also, we have another Fintech Company of the week for you. At the end of this weeks issue, you can find a very interesting podcast. Enjoy reading- Max and the FinTech Weekly team.
London has beaten New York in luring the largest amount of fundraising deals for financial technology companies so far in 2019, fresh research shows.
When founding a company, we all secretly hope that the best product (ours, of course) will win on its own merits.
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