The Red Line Foundation funded by Bredley Holding, stands with Ukraine and directs its efforts to help people who suffer from armed conflict.
The demands of social distancing have put fintech in the spotlight because digital financial services can help solve everyday tasks quickly and safely under quarantine conditions. Thus, COVID-19 highlighted infrastructure deficiencies and low levels of digital literacy of users.
Cross-border transfers, quick loans, personalized financial advice from artificially intelligent apps and managing your personal budget through a mobile phone with zero or minimum cost – sounds like a distant bright future. But today, thousands of startups around the world make this possible. Yet, not everyone has equal access to finance. According to The Global […]
Over 100 Fintech-enterprises are currently working on the Ukrainian market. More than half of the companies (58%) were founded over the past three years, 21 startups were created over the past year.
While finance gurus argue about how it is correct: “FinTech or TechFin?”, new technologies are actively and at all levels changing the financial services market. Regardless of whether the focus of the company’s strategy is on high technology or on finance, there are general management principles in this area.
The payday loans sector in Ukraine is developing rapidly, but fast growth does not mean high quality of the market. The number of new players increases from year to year. However, although demand is ahead of supply, not all companies will be able to work effectively on it.
The management of Bredley Holding decided to create a RED LINE charitable foundation. The purpose of creation – to provide financial assistance to obtain prosthetic limbs for people with mobility needs.