4 Oct 2022

Building the super-app for the gig economy – Gigable x Weavr

Gigable partners with Weavr to provide gig workers with faster access to earnings and financial management tools London, 04 October 2022 – Gigable, the equitable gig economy platform […]

25 Aug 2022

Plug-and-Play Finance, the next step for embedded finance – Weavr interview

Alex Mifsud, co-founder and CEO of Weavr, explains how embedded finance is expected to develop, what it means for financial inclusion and what Plug-and-Play Finance has to […]

Series A Funding
22 Feb 2022

Weavr Closes $40m Series A Funding to Accelerate Expansion of Plug-and-Play Finance

Weavr closes $40M in Series A funding to accelerate the expansion of Plug-and-Play Finance. Led by Tiger Global, the financing will support U.S. launch of the BaaS disruptor.

22 Nov 2021

Embedded finance provider Weavr partners with finway to issue physical and virtual cards for SMEs

Weavr, a technology company that makes it simple for businesses to embed financial services into mobile apps and SaaS businesses, has announced its latest European partnership […]

1 Nov 2021

Embedded finance provider Weavr partners with 11Onze fintech to launch community-focused banking super app

One of the largest digital community fintechs in Europe, 11Onze, has launched abanking super app, El Canut, to offer an innovative next generation asset holder for its […]

5 Oct 2021

Weavr recognised as one of the UK’s leading fintech scaleups

Embedded finance experts, Weavr, have been selected as part of Tech Nation’s Fintech 4.0 cohort for 2021/22. The news follows a recent surge of recognition for […]

20 Sep 2021

Nium Partners with Weavr on Embedded Finance and Payments Solution

Weavr’s service-sector customers can embed financial services into core applications by accessing Nium’s BaaS platform   LONDON, 20 September, 2021 – Nium and Weavr today announced a […]

2 Aug 2021

Weavr appoints seasoned fintech execs to deliver its vision of embedded finance

Embedded finance provider has made three new executive hires to complete its leadership team Weavr, a London-based technology company that makes it simple for businesses to […]

13 Jul 2021

Weavr raises a further £7M to power any digital application with financial services

Weavr, a London-based technology company that allows businesses to embed banking and payments into their mobile app or SaaS platforms, announced today the closing of £7m in seed funding.

29 Mar 2021

Weavr named winner of ‘Fintech’s Pitch Live’ in association with Mastercard, at PAY360

We are thrilled to have been named the winner of Fintech’s Pitch Live in association with Mastercard, at PAY360 2021. Hosted by the Emerging Payments Association […]

25 Nov 2020

Weavr raises $4M seed round to bring embedded finance to the services sector

Weavr, today launched the first suite of embedded finance tools designed specifically for the services sector.  For the first time, with Weavr, businesses in services segments […]

21 Aug 2020

Banking Circle – Financial Goliaths and Digital Davids – Are banks better positioned to take on their smaller rivals?

Alex Mifsud, co-founder and CEO of Weavr.io, is featured in Part 1 of the ‘Ready for the re-build? Re-thinking the value of digital infrastructure’ series from […]


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