This weeks issue deals with fintechs future in 2020. Another interesting article is about the new competitors in fintech and who they actually are. Our last top story of the week is about a new fintech bank that invests itself in a bolt brand position. Enjoy these and more topics in FinTech Weeklys latest issue - Max and the FinTech Weekly Team.
Individuals need targets, lighthouses that guide us and round numbers are always a decent grapple. That is the reason 2020 is an enormous year of achievement at all levels, additionally in the Fintech business, and 2019 is the last year to affirm that that have been reached or not.
Aspiration Financial shifts its deposit strategy in order to have greater control over innovation.
Innovation is the law of tomorrow. Disruption has occurred in virtually all industries in the last two decades, and it’s also starting to transform the financial industry.
We are living in a revolutionary time, a disruptive era, led by smart devices and a smart generation. Digitization has become the norm, the acceptable way of doing things[...]
More than a few bankers believe fintechs (and would-be fintechs) should play by the same rules they do. And they’re certainly not alone.
The banking and financial services industry has changed dramatically over the years. About half a century ago, consumers regularly walked into a bank branch to withdraw or transfer funds, [...]
Impact Alpha reported that robo-advisor platform Swell was shutting down at the end of August, noting the company said it was [...]
If you thought fintech companies were still up-and-coming challengers to the traditional financial services industry, the results of a recent survey by deVere Group may come as some surprise.
Fintech players are definitely the right players to help SMB with technology for accessing markets and capital through technology.
Recently, Facebook released their specification for the Libra project, a global currency to connect the world and empower millions of people who might suffer from financial exclusion [...]
Latin America’s Fintech industry is booming, with more than 1,166 Fintech startups creating more inclusive financial systems and boosting economic growth in the region.
Banks frequently claim their unique competitive advantage is their relationship with their customers. How do you build relationships in an increasingly saturated world and one where face to face interactions are less frequent. Jason Henrichs hosts Allie LeFevere, Obedient, talking the use of humor to build emotional connections. Nicolas Kopp, N26, shares what they’ve learned building one of the largest mobile first banks in the world.