What will be the impact of an early corona vaccine on the capital markets? How long does optimism last? Loanboox analyses the situation.
FinTechs gegen Banken - der Öffentlichkeit gefällt das...
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Treasury Management International: Energy firm offers first ever entirely digitally-issued corporate bond
Axpo Holding AG offers its first fully digitally issued corporate bond and closes Loanboox via the digital platform.
The 100 most important people in Switzerland who are driving digitisation forward were chosen at this year’s Digital Sharpers.
Follow the Davos Digital Forum live via the Loanboox website An event tip especially for financial managers of municipalities and cities.
A podcast from “IFZ Talking Finance” on the subject of Greenbond! In episode 3 you will hear a conversation with Stefan Feller from Loanboox.
At the Swiss Startup Award the best startups are selected and honoured. Loanboox is also among the front runners and takes 23rd place.
Loanboox sees itself as a corona profiteer. The credit platform is being stormed by the local authorities despite the Corona virus, says Mühlemann.
The Swiss bond market is facing a turning point after the Fintech Loanboox brokered the first digital Green Bond.
At the Davos Digital Forum Andi Burri will be present on behalf of Loanboox. He will give tips on how to solve financial bottlenecks in crises.
At the Swiss Fintech fair digital Andi Burri will be present on behalf of Loanboox. He will hold a webinar about Loanboox.
What is Your successful business model? Loanboox give a quick start guide and show some strategys from their model.
Media overview: Axpo Holding AG closes the first Greenbond via the debt capital market platform of the Fintech Loanboox.
Completely digital and green. Axpo Holding AG is the first issuer to place a bond on the debt capital market platform Loanboox.
How will Loanboox, as Fintech, continue after the lockdown? An interview with Andi Burri, Managing Director of Loanboox Switzerland.
New management team at Loanboox.
Philippe Cayrol new CEO, Alex Lawrence new CRO and 40 bn milestone achieved.
The Covid-19 crisis is an accelerator of digitalisation, in various industries. What is the situation in the Fintech sector?
Loanboox works perfectly in all areas even during the...
Michel Sassanelli, Head of Finance & Tax explains in a case study how capital raising works in Pieterlen and how they use Loanboox.
The Corona crisis is also a liquidity crisis: municipalities, cities and cantons need more money at the moment. The Zurich start-up Loanboox offers them support, with a digital platform that arranges loans.
At the Annual General Meeting at the end of April, Dr. Felix R. Ehrat was elected as a member of the Board of Directors of Swiss Fintech AG.
Coronavirus: Take the situation seriously and follow the...
The chaff separates from the wheat. On 4 March the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts is organising a Fintech conference and the managing director of Loanboox Switzerland, Andi Burri, will be a speaker.
Interest rates are going crazy. Since they have become negative, many communities’ money management efforts have increased. But the effort is worth it. Many can benefit from it.
With the closing of the Series B financing round, a total of CHF 33 billion and 2200 clients, Loanboox, the leading debt capital market platform, closes the 2019 financial year.
The Zurich-based debt capital platform Loanboox looks back on a year of rapid expansion. In the meantime, the showpiece Fintech is extending its feelers beyond Europe.
New release: Chat feature, non-binding offers, information...
Loanboox erreicht nächsten Meilenstein: Das globale...
Every year the TOP 100 Swiss Startup Award showcases the...
The Fintech company Loanboox, the leading money and...
Loanboox setzt sein kräftiges Wachstum fort: Knapp zwei...
New Release: Bonds, Municipality Scoring, more intuitive...
Nach der erfolgreichen Etablierung als führende Plattform...
Key Figures from Switzerland: the 4 billion (3.5 bn Euro)...