Here is FinTech Weekly Issue #71. Enjoy the read and the videos and don't miss out on the conferences! – Michael and the FinTech Weekly team
We were interested in the P2P payment startup Cookies for quite a while now. When we met co-founder Lamine Cheloufi at the Pioneers Festival 2016 in Vienna, it was about time for an interview.
The majority of banking executives are optimistic about the future and their ability to meet consumer expectations. With new market entrants and legacy challenges, will today's perceptions match tomorrow's realities?
Something strange happened to a few hundred customers of startup, app-only bank Number26 last week — their accounts started closing.
Defining strategy for retail banks to effectively embrace fintech innovation and counter the threat of industry revolution. Twitter: #VerdictFintech @VerdictFS
Tuesday I'll be co-moderating the Singularity University Exponential Finance Conference in New York. The event provides another opportunity to assess how disruptive technologies like machine learning, artificial intelligence, big data, robotics, and blockchain technology are influencing the financial world.
There are now less than two years until the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force. It will fundamentally change the way that companies capture, manage and store information.
Oliver Bussmann believes social media should be an intrinsic part of your leadership toolset when it comes to managing communications.
Thomas McCourtie reveals five key discussion points to help insurers match innovation with ambition. These are from a recent Digital Transformation in Insurance conference by Verdict Financial.
Technology is constantly evolving at a dizzying rate and can sometimes feel like we are in a science fiction film. It’s hard to believe that once seemingly fantasist inventions, such as hover boards, driverless cars and robot armies, are all very real things these days.
People frequently get frustrated with their banking provider — particularly megabanks. But powerful forces prevent many of them from ever making the switch. What can financial institutions do to overcome inertia and indifference?
Today, Brett King is hosting one of the leaders in global technology revolution- David Orban. David is a fierce proponent of financial and government transparency. He is- Founder/Trustee of the Network Society Research.
Damian Richardson, RBS discusses how banks can successfully manage the fast-paced changes in the payments industry and how to respond to the post-PSD2 world.