This week's top stories contain two hit lists about fintech trends in 2020 and retail banking technology trends of 2019. The third top story is about Curve which allows using Google Pay now. Enjoy reading - Max and the FinTech Weekly Team
Automation and technology aimed at improving financial services—fintech—has garnered a lot of attention lately.
From open banking to blockchain, the retail banking industry is opening its doors — but with caution.
Hot on the heels of adding support for Samsung Pay, Curve, the London-based “over-the-top” banking platform that lets you consolidate all of your bank cards into a single card, has added support for Google Pay.
Immo Investment Technologies, a London-based fintech startup that purchase homes on behalf of buy-to-let investors, has closed €11M in Series A funding.
TD Bank is to port artificial intelligence technology into its mobile app, providing users with more personalised, contextual information on their finances.
Fintech can learn a thing or two from the crypto community
Despite Facebook’s reach, IMD professor Howard Yu and research fellow Jialu Shan break down how its Libra digital currency is no match for legacy financial institutions.
The case for financial services as a foundational layer
Traditional banks and credit unions continue having a difficult time meeting the level of experience that today's consumers expect.
Digital technologies won’t kill banking, but they will eliminate the need for bank branches, making room for other business outlets to take their place in the real estate space they currently occupy.
The sheer number of startup players moving into banking services is staggering[…]
Fintech market in India is likely to expand to $31 Bn in 2020