Fintech can spur financial inclusion by facilitating payments, but it is not a panacea and comes with risks that need to be managed, concludes a report by the Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructures (CPMI) and the World Bank.
Concepts of machine learning and artificial intelligence have become more present and available in most of the industrial processes.
In the wake of the Great Recession, as lawmakers passed the Dodd-Frank legislation to rein in an ignominious financial industry, one paragraph of the law also validated a rebel contingent of reform-minded entrepreneurs.
In the current economic crisis, businesses have been forced to make difficult decisions around resource allocation and cash flow planning. The person most critical in helping the CEO make those high-stakes calls—the CFO—is more vital than ever.
One byproduct of the coronavirus outbreak is the heavier reliance on technology is opening opportunities for exchange-traded fund (ETF) investors to take advantage of the innovation.
Financial institutions all over the world are increasingly experimenting with emerging technologies like blockchain to streamline payment systems and achieve financial inclusion.
Fintechs may be uniquely positioned to facilitate credit to businesses and monetary aid to individuals, write Markos Zachariadis, Pinar Ozcan, and Dize Dinçkol
We’re living in a new macroeconomic narrative with major changes taking place every day.
Swiss holding company Crypto Finance AG has closed a $14.5 million Series B funding round co-led by Swiss investor Rainer-Marc Frey, Beijing-based private equity firm Lingfeng Capital and joined by Hong Kong’s QBN Capital.
The coronavirus pandemic has shut down small businesses across the country, spreading faster than the economic relief that these businesses are now struggling to access.
A few fintech companies say they've received approval to offer the paycheck protection loans designed to keep small-business employees on payroll.
Fintech platforms may be the way forward as the US's legacy banking system struggles under the weight of stimulus distribution.