An Innovate Finance panel looks at how FinTech can respond to the innovation needs of their B2B partners and tackle the challenges of culture clash, resource constraints and strategic commitment, plus success stories.
In the latest episode of The Paycheck Show GPI series, explore with payments specialist Craig Ramsey at ACI Worldwide and, in Singapore, Doug Mackenzie finds out what the uber-innovative bank, DBS has been doing.
One, what banking products should Fintech focus on in 2019 and beyond? Two, what rebundling strategy is most effective for Fintech firms? And three, how to build a winning bank/fintech partnership in 2019? And, the answers are.
At the Harvard Law School event, the panelists were Jeff Engerman (Partner, Gunderson Dettmer), Nimit Sawhney (CEO &Co-founder, Voatz), Christina Spiliakos (Regulatory Counsel, Circle), Michael Welsh (Associate, Cooley),
Innovate Finance Global Summit 2019: From Challenger Banks to digital pre-paid cards and affordable credit, FinTech claims to make finance more inclusive. But are the benefits the same for all consumers across the UK?
Technology is revolutionising finance and the potential for it to transform the industry further is enormous. FinTech is turning traditional banking and investment on its head, questioning the wisdom of legacy systems and providing customers with choice, new features and above all else access.
inextra: How banks are embedding AI solutions into their organizations, the business functions behind this, how AI technology has changed the way banks interact with customers and how to commercialize through AI.
Karen Mills, former director at Small Business Administration, discusses the influence of smaller financial technology companies on big banks and how the U.S. government could help small businesses on Bloomberg TV.
Presently, the UAE and Bahrain are leading examples of countries in the GCC that are pursuing FinTech cross-border operations through their participation in the Global Financial Innovation Network (GFIN) cross-border pilot.