In this issue, we have again found a lot of interesting articles for you. We start as usual with our top stories where this week we talk about fintech's role in stakeholder capitalism. Another article answers three interesting questions for a Fintech product manager. Read the article and see for yourself which ones are. Thank you for reading - Max and the FinTech Weekly team
Meanwhile, banks are stuck. Stuck with branch networks. Stuck with batch systems. Stuck with paper processes.
First came the statement from the Business Roundtable redefining the role of business in society.
One of the first challenges I faced when I joined Credit Karma’s product team four years ago was adapting my more generalized product management experience to the specificity of fintech and financial services.
We have always been big fans of Ethereum, and we've been on the lucky side to have invested into this idea early on.
Bankers' greatest fear is that big tech moves into banking. That reality may have just moved closer, writes Brian Caplen.
India needs at least $2.5 trillion to meet its climate change actions between 2015 and 2030.
From personal finance to payments; from banking infrastructure to fraud, scores of fintech startups across the globe have upended the previously slow moving world of financial services, changed consumer expectations, and challenged incumbents to move beyond the status quo.
They're forcing a large, entrenched ecosystem to adapt.
The Bank of Canada has no plans to issue its own digital currency, but says this could change if cash usage drops off significantly or private options such as the Facebook-backed Libra gain widespread adoption.
Global investors poured money into the UK’s fintech sector last year, almost doubling the amount invested here between 2018 and 2019 — despite the rest of the world suffering a slight downturn in funding.
Unqork is a platform that helps large enterprises build complex custom software and applications without having to write a single line of code - making the process faster, with higher quality, and lower costs.
Brett King takes a deep dive into the driving forces of FinTech on the African continent! He talks to Pieter de Villiers and Hannes van Rensburg of Clickatell and Nico Jacobs of MTN about the growth of the fintech ecosystem in Africa! Episode sponsored by Clickatell.