Jason Henrichs and Brett King host Steve Allocca of Lending Club & Mike Butler of Radius Bank to talk through the major elements that have been changing the landscape of fintech and the mergers happening today! Then, Dara Tarkowski of Actuate Law and host of Tech on Reg explains the regulatory effects of merger madness!
Propel partner Jay Reinemann shares his advice for fintech entrepreneurs
The 2016 election was a rude awakening for anyone with faith in democracy.
Scaling startups is hard no matter where they are built. However, in emerging markets, entrepreneurs face a range of unique challenges to succeed.
In this guest post Victor Santos, founder of Boston mobile banking startup Airfox digs into what we might expect from fintech throughout the 2020s
Smartphones have become mini financial coaches in the pockets of millions of Americans.
Germany’s growing robo-advisory market could be seen as a bellwether for how the country’s banking market will evolve, according to a new research paper by Deutsche Bank.
Ant Financial has bought a minority stake in Klarna for an undisclosed amount.
Last week, MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) issued their top ten technologies for the next decade, one of which is digital money
Thank you for pulling yourself away from your Facebook feed, your Twitter feed, your LinkedIn feed, your Instagram feed, your Snapchat feed, and your [what-else-am-I-missing?] feed in order to spend the three minutes it will take to read this.
In the absence of a regulatory structure for open banking and data sharing in the U.S., the market has hobbled along with the less-than-satisfactory 'screen scraping.'
Blockchain, as a new technology, has faced fair critique in the last few years that it is a solution looking for a problem.
The World Health Organisation is advising consumers to avoid handling bank notes and instead switch to contactless payments to deter the spread of the deadly coronavirus.
As Walmart rushes to become Amazon before Amazon can become Walmart, the impressive way Walmart has addressed the problem reminds me of a quote from Jim Collins in his bestseller “Good to Great”: