Fintech News Issue #84 September 7th, 2016

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    There is an interesting term describing a certain type of relationship between FinTech and banks called ‘rent-a-charter’ – a model when banks backstop or formally provide services behind FinTech websites. With the evolving relationships between startups and institutional players, this has become an often cited scenario, especially in lending, bringing certain scrutiny for everyone involved.

    Consumers and businesses alike will often consider a company’s reputation before entering an agreement with them. After all, why would anyone choose an organisation which has history of letting its customers down, over another with a spotless track record?

    It is not news here, or anywhere else, but bankers and fintech entrepreneurs are from different planets. They are just wired differently.

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