This weeks issue includes a great movie about rise of UK fintech. Also, we have top stories about how banks use AI, Revolt which is leading a fintech revolution … or destroying it? Enjoy your latest fintech update - Max and the FinTech Weekly team
We are regularly being bombarded with unicorn news. Some rise and some fail.
Royal Bank of Scotland prevented a fraudulent transaction thanks to a BioCatch tool that flagged a different person was using the account
What do Apple Card, Libra, Amazon Go and Chase Bank's pullback of its payment app have in common?
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Investment in financial technology (“Fintech”) companies is growing dramatically.
Fintechs are making waves in the finance services and banking industries, and open banking will be a key factor propelling them to the forefront.
“Bank/fintech partnerships are crucial to the future of banking” has become a widely accepted meme in the industry.
5G (fifth generation cellular network technology) is expected to significantly improve several key sectors of society.
What do the most innovative leaders in banking have in common?
The shift towards mobile-first activity has affected practically all sectors and the financial and banking sector is no exception.
Berlin-based fintech firm CrossLend has found a new prominent investor in Banco Santander SA.
11:YEARS - The Rise of UK Fintech is a documentary that explores how the UK created a thriving fintech ecosystem from the ashes of the 2008 financial crisis.