Among banks and credit unions planning to partner with fintechs, 86% cited “improve the customer experience” as a top priority, followed by roughly four in ten who mentioned reducing operating expenses or fraud as a top priority.
“Whenever the bank stocks go down, we immediately get a massive amount of option-call buying in PayPal and Square,” CNBC’s Jim Cramer said.
Richard Peers, Responsible Risk speaks to Abradat Kamalpour, partner and architect of FinTech Legal Labs, Anna-Marie Slot, Ashurst's Global Environmental, Social and Governance partner, and Sara de la Torre, Director, Digital Transformation, Financial Services at Hitachi Vantara, about their collaboration, which aims to accelerate a greener future in fintech through data-driven analysis of sustainable business initiatives.
Even before 2020, FinTech was fundamentally transforming the way financial services operate. Established market players have been forced to step up their use of technology to keep pace with challenger banks and FinTech start-ups.
PayPal is launching a “buy now, pay later” service in the U.K. that lets shoppers finance their purchases over three interest-free monthly instalments.
Challenger banks works with fintech to support its anti-money laundering efforts
I keep wondering about the future. Governments vs Libertarians? Centralised vs decentralised? DeFi vs CBDC?
A 40-year-old man from Auckland, New Zealand, faces a wave of charges for money laundering via allegedly shady cryptocurrency transactions and luxury car purchases.
Canadian robo-advisory firm Wealthsimple has achieved Unicorn status on a CA$114 million investment round led by by TCV, along with Greylock, Meritech, Two Sigma Ventures and existing investor Allianz X
DOJ asking public whether online lenders and their ilk should factor into decisions on competitive effects of proposed mergers
Chris White, the CEO of Bondcliq, explains why the Fed's attempts to save the economy through corporate debt purchases needs an upgrade, starting with the bond market itself.