This week in fintech: Visa doubles down on fintech, five technologies that will transform fintech in 2020 and should fintechs be more regulated? Enjoy our top stories and more interesting articles from the world of fintech - Max and the FinTech Weekly Team
The world's largest credit card company is showing a renewed interest in how financial technology can grow its network.
Alexey Kutsenko of DDI Development, discusses five technologies that will transform Fintech in 2020: blockchain, RPA, AI, RegTech and conversational banking
We need to change how we regulate financial technology (fintech) companies, writes Kabbage president Kathryn Petralia.
AI seems to be well on its way to becoming the most overused buzzword of the tech industry, but don't be put off by the hype.
Payments processing is the engine driving the financial technology venture market, with three mega-transactions accounting for $87 billion in deal value during the first half of 2019.
The first product of a joint venture between one of planet’s most iconic brands and Wall Street giant Goldman Sachs is now in the hands of consumers.
Helping baby boomers retire is where the money is.
Accenture blames the deteriorating relations between the US and China.
Awareness of fintech options among digitally active consumers is nearly universal, new study finds.
As home to the world’s leading financial institutions, New York City can uniquely spearhead and benefit from innovation, which is why the Partnership Fund for New York City and Accenture have partnered to run the FinTech Innovation Lab since 2010.
The transformation of Financial services continues and re-bundling is one of the trends that is at work. Fintechs are collaborating and creating fuller stacks by bundling several services and growing their businesses.
The fintech industry has a gender diversity problem, with women representing only 29% of staff in the sector.