Monzo founder Tom Blomfield is departing the U.K. challenger bank entirely at the end of the month, staff were informed earlier today.
2020 was a banner year for many neobanks. But a spate of big names entering banking (or upping their ante) at the start of the new year points to a pivotal time for both traditional institutions and fintech competitors. The stakes have never been higher for all financial institutions.
Jamie Dimon’s message to the management team of $3.4 trillion banking goliath JPMorgan Chase: Be frightened of fintech rivals.
I stumbled across a bunch of interesting reports this week, so thought it worth sharing them
The world's largest asset manager appears to be getting into the bitcoin game.
Some of best-known fintech founders nominate the startups they're excited by in 2021, and why.
Everyone— consumers and marketers alike — is tired of talking about COVID. But the reality is that nearly every effort Marketing makes in 2021 will be in reaction to or anticipation of the pandemic's effect on the economy and people's personal and financial lives.
The origin of blockchain dates back to 1991, when researchers Stuart Haber and W. Scott Stornetta outlined a system to document timestamps that could not be altered.
ByteDance has launched a new payment services within Douyin, the Chinese sister app of TikTok.
Nearly two decades before Zuben Mathews co-founded a consumer fintech app, he was studying economics at the University of Chicago as a recent immigrant to the U.S.
The internet has many legacies, but its greatest one is disintermediation. And the greatest disintermediation—of the banking system—is coming soon to an app near you.
Investors have kicked off 2021 with big bets on fintech companies, which are seeing broad tailwinds from the adoption of digital payments and an appetite among financial institutions for the latest technology.