The proliferation of data, rising consumer expectations for personalized experiences and the vast potential of AI and other data tools make data management crucial for financial institution success.
Just a week since calling off its $5.3 billion acquisition of Plaid, Visa is moving on.
The reality is that consumers’ financial lives are anything but clearly delineated. This is especially true in the low/moderate income (LMI) and income volatile segments that many consumer fintechs target as customers who are “winnable” from incumbent financial institutions.
The Financial Conduct Authority is asking the UK's banks to reconsider branch closures during the Coronavirus lockdown.
Lucy Demery, Global Head of Fintech Banking, Standard Chartered, speaks about embedded finance, digital assets infrastructure, and green finance for the future.
While the pandemic has left some startups strapped for cash, the aptly-named Brazilian neobank Nubank is swimming in it. This morning, the company announced that it has raised a $400 million Series G round, putting their total funding to date at $1.2 billion.
Financial technology firms are fighting a Treasury Department anti-crime proposal that would require them to gather much more information about their customers’ use of cryptocurrencies.
A look at what we might see from regulators in the UK over the next 12 months.
eFounders is expanding its focus by creating a second startup studio called Logic Founders. This time, Logic Founders is going to focus on fintech startups exclusively. Camille Tyan (pictured above) is going to lead the new studio.
In modern financial technologies, robotization should be highlighted as one of the developing directions.
Plaid is launching FinRise, a nine-month incubator for early-stage fintech founders from underrepresented backgrounds.
When Stripe-subsidiary Paystack raised its seed round of $1.3 million in 2016, it was one of the largest disclosed rounds at that stage in Nigeria.