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Threads, Darktrace, Censornet & iwoca make the top 100 list

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We're delighted to reveal that 4 companies from the Talis Capital portfolio feature in this year's league table. The report, entitled Top 100: Britain's Fastest-Growing Businesses identified Threads, Darktrace, CensorNet, and iwoca amongst the companies that have increased in value the most since 2015. Congratulations to them all!

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Innovate Finance flies fintech delegation to Davos

Innovate Finance, the independent membership organisation representing UK’s global FinTech sector, is returning to Davos this week with a delegation of members to discuss this year’s theme of Responsive Leadership

NatWest strikes deals to pass on unwanted business

The state-backed lender, which is part of Royal Bank of Scotland, is joining forces with Iwoca, which offers working capital to small businesses, and Together, a property-secured lender, as a way to refer business and commercial customers that do not meet NatWest’s appetite for risk.

The Selfie as Mobile Banking's Fraud Fighter

The Selfie as Mobile Banking's Fraud Fighter

"Financial institutions have reported to have taken weeks to onboard new clients and expect it go up in the future," Celent analysts Arin Ray and Neil Katkov wrote in a recent report. "Some are concerned that a prolonged and cumbersome onboarding process could become a competitive disadvantage."

The hottest machine learning startups in the UK

The hottest machine learning startups in the UK

Four of the biggest AI startup acquisitions of the last five years have come from the UK, starting with Google's purchase of Deep Mind in 2014 for a reported £400 million.

A Sentinel That Cuts Through Clutter

It could have taken months for the systems administrators at a large bank in Rome to figure out that one of their servers was talking to Facebook, a red flag given that networks in banks don't need to know how many "likes" they've received. And they might not have noticed the streams of data the server then sent to an array of unknown computers. This kind of threat—coming from inside the network, not from outside its firewall—is difficult to detect.