FT Partners Quarterly FinTech Insights and Annual Almanac
FT Partners is the only data source for comprehensive, global FinTech deal activity covering M&A, Financing and IPO statistics and trends
FT Partners’ FinTech Insights Reports are published on a quarterly basis, along with a comprehensive year-end Almanac. All information included in the reports is sourced from FT Partners’ Proprietary Transaction Database, which is compiled by the FT Partners Research Team through primary research and data analysis. The reports feature M&A, financing and IPO statistics and trends as well as breakdowns by FinTech vertical, geography, investor-type and much more.
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Q2 2023 FinTech Insights
- Q2 2023 and historical FinTech financing and M&A volume and deal count statistics
- Largest FinTech financings and M&A transactions in Q2 2023
- Most active FinTech investors including strategic investor participation
- Breakdowns by geography and deal type
- FinTech sector and sub-sector highlights
- Expanded “History of FinTech”
- After a boost in private FinTech financing volume in Q1 2023 from Stripe’s multi-billion Series I round, total dollar volume dropped back down to $10.5 billion, the lowest quarterly level since Q2 2020, the first full quarter during the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Financing activity continues to be driven by early-stage and smaller sized deals – 65% of all funding rounds in the first half of 2023 were under $10 million, the highest level since 2016.
- While overall FinTech financing volume declined in Q2 2023, some sub-sectors experienced a period of growth. Total dollar volume raised in the Financial Management Solutions sector rose 81% sequentially to $3.2 billion in Q2, representing the highest level of growth of any FinTech sector during the quarter as many investors set their sights on B2B FinTech companies.
- FinTech M&A dollar volume increased nearly 2.5x in Q2 2023 totaling $24.2 billion after hitting a nearly three-year low in Q1 2023 ($9.9 billion).
- 49% of all FinTech M&A transactions in H1 2023 were acquisitions of companies headquartered outside of North America, a level much higher than prior years (46% in full year 2022 and 41% in 2021 and 37% in 2020).
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