This weeks issue is about how fintech can save us from ourselves. Also, we found a really interesting article about Singapore which will extend its fintech funding after the latest success. Our last top story this week shows you the 7 biggest technology trends to disrupt banking and financial services in 2020. Thank you for reading - Max and the FintechWeekly Team
Even though banking and financial services have been slower than other industries to adopt the latest technology into their operations, financial organizations are trying to catch up by incorporating artificial intelligence, blockchain, and other technology to benefit their customers […]
Singapore’s central bank is poised to extend funding for financial-technology initiatives because the five-year round ending in March has yielded positive results, its top official said.
It’s a well-known fact that people act irrationally when it comes to money.
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Global payments industry giant, Mastercard is taking big steps towards embracing Fintech.
The payments group Visa is paying $200m for a 20% stake in Interswitch ahead of a potential London IPO next year, Sky News learns.
The origins of today’s boom in consumer-focused “fintech,” or financial technology, trace back to the global economic meltdown in 2008.
A new initiative is under way to help financial institutions promote the responsible adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) and data analytics.
Many of the fintech companies that are disrupting the banking sector will not be around in 10 or 100 years, according to Anne Boden, the CEO of challenger bank Starling.
Sandboxes give regulators a way to understand a company’s use of advanced technologies and what regulations apply to a particular model, product or service.
After years of tracking the competition and collaboration between Financial Services (FS) and Technology, Media and Telecoms (TMT) companies, PwC is now seeing pockets of convergence, driven by fintech.
Blockchain is one of the most popular technologies of this century. This technology offers immense speed and highly-secured features. Checkout the following infographic on – Blockchain In Mobile Application Market, Developed by Karthik at Ac Market.
Our expert hosts, Leda Glyptis and Adam Davis are joined by some great guests to talk about the most notable fintech, financial services and banking news from the past week. This week's guests include:
Jasper Martens - CMO at PensionBee Francesca Carlesi - Co-founder and CEO at Molo Finance Ryan Edwards-Pritchard - Fintech nomad and friend of the show