This week's top stories are about the next step for fintechs growth, a guide what's happening in the fintech revolution and about the new oil (data) and how banks can use it most efficient. Enjoy reading - Max and the FinTech Weekly team
According to a KPMG report, payments will retain its position as the most significant area for fintech investment in the coming years.
Some quick facts on the biggest investors, hottest companies and where the action is taking place.
Banks and credit unions sit atop huge pools of data, but they won't enjoy the value if they keep using yesterday's tools.
Disruptions in financial services are nothing new, but the rate at which modern technological advancements are changing the landscape is unprecedented.
A joint study spearheaded by Google says digital financial services are at an inflection point in Southeast Asia
Navigating fintech disruption means understanding stakeholder complexities as managers decide whether to adopt it — or not.
Both NatWest and Metro Bank have announced that they are launching new technology-based products that are designed to make their customers’ money management easier and more secure.
Ripple, a provider of enterprise blockchain solutions for payments, announced on Wednesday it has teamed up with Finastra […]
The banking industry has enabled alternative providers to impact the competitive balance for payments, investments and deposits.
Banking institutions that have been slow to grasp the tectonic changes happening as digitization takes over financial services can regain lost ground.
India’s adoption rate for fintech products stands at 59%, which is the second-highest pace worldwide.
Brett King hosts Dara Tarkowski, announcing the new Tech on Reg podcast. Then, from Sibos in London, Brett talks the future of Artificial Intelligence with Dr. Eng Lim Goh, VP & CTO, HPC & AI, Hewlett Packard Enterprise. Plus, we check in with Pieter de Villiers, sharing Clickatell‘s upcoming event at Money20/20 in Las Vegas.