A few days ago, I did a panel. It was remote. I couldn’t hug anyone. It was exactly the sort of panel I wanted to hug and I couldn’t hug them. Frustrating, that.
Fidelity Investments is preparing to launch its own bitcoin fund as the investment giant works to cement its clout in the market for digital assets.
I’ve been amazed at the rise of superapps in China. Alibaba and WeChat allow you to socialise, ship and buy anywhere, anytime.
Banks and credit unions are rethinking their distribution strategies as more people than ever are using digital channels. Despite this shift, closing all branches is not the best alternative. Neither is keeping them all open.
As the Fintech industry continues to evolve and disrupt financial services, we explore the top 10 companies in the space
JPMorgan Chase is this week’s Long Idea as well as one of the original “See Thru the Dip” picks.
HSBC has officially launched its business banking app Kinetic, designed to offer small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) a comparative service to new fintech entrants.
Nigeria remains a largely cash-dominated country. There are more than 100 million adult Nigerians, of which more than half have little or no access to financial services.
Plaid, the fintech giant, has announced the inaugural cohort of startups in its new accelerator program, FinRise.
The Bank has introduced a fully automated securities lending solution for wealth management firms.
Chatbots have been around for a while now – helping us navigate websites, providing customer service and generally, when they aren’t too clunky, improving user experience.
I joined a Clubhouse discussion the other day – Clubhouse? What? – and discussed Chinese FinTech and its impact on the rest of the world.