Let's bring this year to an end with great news and great events. Here's your fintech news update #97. Thanks for reading and sharing.
Periklis Thivaios presents lessons from the transportation industry, and how they can be applied to banking.
The explosive growth of the financial technology industry continued in 2016 thanks to new financial industry trends and a slew of fintech investments.
In the fintech industry, startups and entrepreneurs are working hard to bring products and services of the future to the masses today.
Banks acting in a manner that leads to distrust of financial services is nothing new. The financial crisis, market rigging and - most recently - a scandal at Wells Fargo show that banks continue to work for no-one but themselves.
Bill Gates said that banking will always be needed, but banks as we know could easily disappear. And FinTech is all about winning changes and everyday finance improvements.
It seems as if millennials would prefer to avoid face-to-face business interactions when there exists a more efficient way of getting what they want accomplished.
Who will provide the IT skills necessary to growing fintech companies in the middle of a skills shortage?
With the end of the year approaching, the amount of predictions for 2017 is steadily increasing. How will the industry develop and what will be the next big thing?
Long before blockchain, inter-bank communication platform Swift was working to modernize the way financial institutions do business.
The term ‘Fintech’, applies to a very broad range of innovative solutions for the financial sector. Because this term is so broad, it doesn’t just impact financial businesses.
Steadfast robots replace hotel desk clerks and retail workers, autonomous cars and drones transport robots that deliver packages more efficiently, shopping sprees take place in virtual reality.
A change in political leadership with Donald Trump's presidential victory and GOP control of Congress has raised expectation of policy shifts that could affect the regulatory compliance process.
I have a confession to make - I'm not really a millennial! Despite my liberal use of emojis in my tweets and the word 'awesome', the fact of the matter is I missed out on the crucial millennial cutoff point by a few months.