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Legacy organizations will be displaced if they don't self-disrupt, according to the author of the best-selling book, The Innovator's Dilemma.
A collision is taking place in financial services between the vision mindset and the value mindset.
There are some questions that can only be answered on a massive scale.
While the adoption of fintech services has skyrocketed globally, adoption rates in Canada and the US are some of the lowest in the world.
With the oldest Millennials approaching 40 years old, banks are already looking ahead to the next generation of banking customers.
The payments industry is a hotbed of innovation, and many of its larger players are eager to claim patents on new developments.
Many feel banks can be a bit faceless to deal with. So, the term ‘Banking for Humanity’ sounds like a serious stretch of the imagination.
The UK has secured its place as the top destination for European fintech investment for another year, reaching a new record of $4.9bn.
Mastercard Inc.’s new initiative to team up with more startups on credit cards is starting to pay off.
In a post-financial crisis world, financial institutions are under pressure to transition from using the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) to the new Sonia rate, that is overseen by the Bank of England.
Based in the U.K., Currencycloud sells payment software for banks and fintech firms to process their international transactions.
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China is quickly becoming home to the largest fintech ecosystem in the world, benefiting from historically low use of traditional banking, high smartphone penetration, a changing demographic and a consumer acceptance of banking without traditional infrastructure.