Magic circle firm Linklaters has launched a new innovation podcast series, Linkubator, aimed at students who want to develop their understanding of […]
Allen & Overy has provided legal expertise and knowledge to fintech company Nivaura, to help in the development of their […]
A consortium formed by legal firms to explore the use of a new automated document exchange standard for capital markets […]
As it spawns innovations everywhere from new issues to collateral management, is blockchain the technological key to digitising capital markets? […]
Nivaura, a fintech startup, has added automation of EMTNs, commercial paper (CP) and certificate of deposits (CD) issuance to its […]
“Nivaura, a regulated fintech company focused on primary market digitization and automation, today announced the launch of enhanced functionality for […]
A fintech venture backed by some of the largest U.K. law firms and London Stock Exchange Group Plc has launched […]
A new consortium with a focus on General-purpose Legal Mark-up Language (GLML) has been created to facilitate automation in financial markets.
Nivaura, the fintech firm seeking to digitise primary markets using blockchain technology, has hired a former managing director from HSBC syndicate.
It was our most extensive search ever. This year’s FinTech 50 – 50 European fintechs to watch in 2019 – were selected from over 2000 Fintechs across Europe by some of the biggest names in the sector, our international panel.
Banco Santander has issued a $20 million bond that will run its course entirely on an Ethereum blockchain, an innovation that the bank bills as a first step towards a potential secondary market for mainstream security tokens in the future.
Nivaura wins Financial News Capital Markets Startup of the Year
Capital markets startup Nivaura has developed what it’s calling “the first commercially viable floating rate bond using blockchain technology,” and the new instrument is now being tested by banking giant Santander and LeasePlan, the vehicle leasing company
City giant Linklaters and US firm Orrick have joined Allen & Overy by investing in tech company Nivaura, a cloud-based service for the issue and administration of financial instruments.
Automating debt and equity new issues comes a step closer with $20 million funding round for a new regulated platform
The London fintech firm behind the first regulated cryptocurrency bond is attracting investors to help it automate capital markets without using the blockchain — for now.
Fintech firm Nivaura has closed a $20m (£15m) seed capital round led by London Stock Exchange Group.
Capital markets blockchain startup Nivaura has raised a total of $20 million with the closing of its second seed extension round led by the London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG).