Investors continued to favour the United States, which retained the crown as the biggest market for fintech deals worldwide last year, with deal value surging 54 per cent to US$26.1 billion. Photo: ShutterstockInvestors continued to favour the United States, which retained the crown as the biggest market for fintech deals worldwide last year, with deal value surging 54 per cent to US$26.1 billion. Photo: Shutterstock
Investors continued to favour the United States, which retained the crown as the biggest market for fintech deals worldwide last year, with deal value surging 54 per cent to US$26.1 billion. Photo: Shutterstock

Global fintech deals declined 4 per cent in 2019 as China investments fell sharply, report says

  • US remains top fundraising capital for fintech investments, with US$26.1 billion in fundraising in 2019
  • Fintech investments in China totalled US$1.9 billion last year vs US$25.5 billion in 2018, Accenture says

Topic |   Fintech
Investors continued to favour the United States, which retained the crown as the biggest market for fintech deals worldwide last year, with deal value surging 54 per cent to US$26.1 billion. Photo: ShutterstockInvestors continued to favour the United States, which retained the crown as the biggest market for fintech deals worldwide last year, with deal value surging 54 per cent to US$26.1 billion. Photo: Shutterstock
Investors continued to favour the United States, which retained the crown as the biggest market for fintech deals worldwide last year, with deal value surging 54 per cent to US$26.1 billion. Photo: Shutterstock
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