Here is FinTech Weekly Issue #56. This week's topics revolve around FemTech, the seemingly invisible progress of mobile and a digital bank squeezed in one single picture. Also, you can get access to discounted tickets for the #execfintech conference and skip through our short news section on our website. Enjoy the issue and see you next week. – Michael and the FinTech Weekly team.
JP Nicols highlights his own reasons for supporting women in leadership roles in fintech, and backs the FemTech Leaders movement.
“Mobile is everything.” That’s the theme of this year’s Mobile World Congress. The conference organizers make a great point.
In order to become a digital bank, you have to juxtapose physical thinking with digital thinking. Story by Chris Skinner.
As we have been exploring the world of FinTech, it became quite obvious that FinTech is rebellious in nature as it blurs international borders with ease and speed.
[...] Here is a list of some of the areas in financial services that are seeing major overhauls.
Littered with global examples, EFMA have been running an awards program with Accenture for a few years now, to recognise global banking innovation. The examples included many of my favourites [...] and showed ten key trends emerging in the past year, of how banks are absorbing innovation.
Digital has laid the foundation for the most important stage in banking's history – The Age of Advanced Analytics.
Are you ready for the brave new world of financial services? We’re about to enter the most profound era of change for financial services companies since the 1970s brought us index mutual funds, discount brokers and ATMs.
Fintech this, Fintech that. You are most likely hearing a lot about the financial technology industry these days but that’s only because it’s truly increasing at an enormous rate all around the world. Since 2009, the financial sector has seen great upheavals.
Stock-market selloff shows that online lenders can suffer just like big banks.
Most at risk is the payments business model as it is the least capital intensive yet using the most advanced technology.
Today, JP Nicols hosts again (Brett is on a plane!) and will be talking to one of the earlier players in investment management, Jay Shah of Personal Capital about being in early on this part of the change and how Personal Capital differentiates itself and what trends it sees in the space.