This weeks top stories are about fintech 4.0 - how technology is reshaping the insurance sector. Another top story is about 10 fintech startups to watch out for in 2019 and beyond. Find out in this week's fintech news roundup! – Max and the FinTech Weekly team
The concept of insurance dates back to ancient history with the first form of written policy appearing in the code of King Hammurabi,[...]
Banks can either choose to embrace fintech and innovate together or lose the competitive edge over to other banks
Fintech has been exploding in recent years, disrupting the financial sector and attracting billions in investment globally.
Artificial intelligence is beginning to play a more significant role in shaping marketing content by augmenting the human marketer.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. is preparing to invest in more German financial startups at a time when the industry is seeing a record inflow of money as well as a wave of failures.
The world around us is continuously evolving and the financial sector is not an exception. With the start of 2019, there are some important trends to be watched in lending trends.
Banking incubators come in all sorts of flavors — often a program to attract outside companies and offer them mentors and perhaps some financial sponsorship for a set period working at the bank or virtually.
While China has obviously morphed from a command economy to one that has wholeheartedly embraced the benefits of capitalism and a market economy there still remains substantial central planning.
In 1950s, the launch of the Diners Club Card planted the seed of cashless payment in the society, though debit cards came in much later in 1966.
Fintech, or financial technology, has become the latest area to expand the tech industry.
Accion Venture Lab — the seed-stage investment arm of nonprofit Accion — has raised $23 million for a new inclusive fintech startup fund.
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