FinTech Weeklys latest issue is about the german fintech N26 which valued at $3.5 billion. Also, it deals with the five pivotal technology trends in retail banking. Another highlight is our new category fintech company of the week. Enjoy our recent issue - Max and the FinTech Weekly team.
Bank and credit union executives more than ever need to keep up with fast-changing technology. Dozens of tech trends could be listed, but experts emphasize the importance of the five covered in this report. While not every institution will be impacted equally, collectively the trends point to where banking is headed.
With the world’s largest institutions facing an existential threat from new fintech challengers, all eyes are on the DevOps team and their in-house lab to drive their own innovation in response.
A German smartphone bank backed by billionaires Peter Thiel and Li Ka-shing has raised new funds at a valuation of $3.5 billion, making the company one of Europe’s highest valued non-listed fintech firms.
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