This week's top stories are dealing with trends shaping fintech in 2020, fintech companies making waves in 2019 and some reasons why investment in Indian fintech is a lucrative option. Thank you for reading - Max and the FinTech Weekly team.
Fintech has become a fast-moving field, and the next decade should be no different.
Every year, Benzinga showcases the most innovative and forward-looking companies shaping the fintech industry.
Fintech is set to grow exponentially, and for those who can crunch numbers and technology, this is the right time to put their money and expertise behind this disruptive and nascent sector.
As the finance industry grapples with what the next generation of banks and payment systems will look like, it’s clear that partnerships are a linchpin for riding the wave of change successfully[...]
While much of the discourse revolving around innovation in financial services tackles specific sectors of the industry, such as lending, payments, or online capital formation, the reality is that the biggest beneficiaries of Fintech may be the underbanked: the millions of people who have never had access to sophisticated financial services.
The world’s most valuable private fintech company is moving into a new area of banking: loans.
Gender diversity is a key catalyst for innovation and impact. Within fintech, women continue to face gender-related obstacles that hinder their ability to thrive.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. is making another bet on a Latin American financial-technology startup, providing a secured credit facility of as much as $100 million to Mexico’s Konfio Ltd.
The IMF report outlines the findings of the survey & other regional studies
Deutsche Bank is looking to tap into China's burgeoning startup and innovation ecosystem with the opening of its first innovation hub, 'Blue Water Fintech Space', in Shanghai.
London-based fintech Fluidly explains how its recent all-in move to the Google Cloud is supporting its continued growth, and delivers new features to customers faster
Fintech firm Currensea has opened the wait list for its new travel money card, the first in the UK to be linked directly to users’ bank accounts.