This weeks issue is about major trends in retail banking. Another topic is how fintech is eating the world and the last top story of the week deals with five technologies worth investing in for the banking industry. We want to present you two really great events this week! Enjoy the latest fintech news - Max and the FinTech Weekly Team
Looking at bank and credit union statistics on a trio of major fronts — deposits, loans and branching — flags strategic issues that planners must address immediately so they aren't caught unaware.
In the early 2000s, people thought of technology as its own industry. There was healthcare, industrials, finance, and…
The banking industry continues to advance with the latest technologies.
Hydrogen is hosting a webinar titled "What is Facebook’s Libra and how will it impact digital money?" on August 14th. If you are interested in learning more about Libra, why it isn't decentralized finance or a cryptocurrency and how it differs from Hydrogen's Molecule register today as space is limited!
Swedish payments and banking firm Klarna became the most valuable European fintech startup after new funding pushed its post-money valuation to $5.5 billion.
Demand in numbers for high-salaried insurtech executives has for the first time overtaken fintech, according to the needs of major global companies in technology, digital and financial sectors.
Fintech opportunities are exploding. In 2018 there were over 1,700 deals worth nearly $40 billion-- more than double the deal value from 2017.
The UK’s fintech sector raised more money in the first half of the year than in any equivalent period on record [...]
British fintech firm Revolut is jumping into the online brokerage space with its own commission-free stock trading platform.
Payment by watch or watch strap is now an option for customers of two banks in Sweden
Why do banks and credit unions often flop in their efforts to pinpoint the right services for consumers?
Anthony Jenkins, ex-CEO, Barclays, warns that banks will be dealt a “Kodak moment” by FinTech companies if they are not careful.