In the Fintech Fix News last week: Unicorns Robinhood and Chime are worth billions now and why; in Russia, there are rumors of a Tinkoff Bank and Yandex marriage – that’s like Google having its own bank! Learn more.
In an interview with John Cragg, CEO at MYHSM, he engages in a conversation regarding trust in the financial industry, and why banks also need to begin to trust the process of change to further enhance their services.
Soldo's Darren Upson discusses issues facing small businesses and how fintech can be used for good to overcome them! Explore more about how improving financial visibility can ultimately improve businesses.
On this week's episode of The Fintech Fix: a Lion King style overview of the Fintech ecosystem from Appian and The Financial Times. And Swift seems to be heading in a brand new direction - payments just got real.
Sebastian Siemiatkowski, CEO at Klarna which has a $10.6 Billion valuation, talks about the company's recent fundraising efforts, the "buy now, pay later" shopping model and his outlook for the fintech sector.
Fintech continues to be an area where the Bermuda Premier and the government push for innovation, and they now are trying a cryptocurrency pilot scheme to put Bermuda at the forefront of the fintech space.
On this episode of Fintech Fix, hear about all the new buy now, pay later schemes and HMRC's new open banking project. Also, Starling Bank looks to be appealing to an even younger generation than ever before!
DIFC FinTech Hive collaborates with PwC, in a panel discussing the different perspectives on what it takes for a FinTech to succeed from the perspective of a consultant, entrepreneur, UK Fintech and banker.
Can collaboration help provide the best service for banking customers? Fintech Finance brings in two excellent challenger banks from Sweden and Iceland and Enfuce a Finnish organization that enables open banking.
Ali Paterson, Editor in Chief at Fintech Finance, discusses fintech revolutions, and how the new ways of remote working allow us to (virtually) travel around the world to look at new and exciting markets. (Fast forward to 2:30 to begin.)
This week The Fintech Fix is putting Douglas Mackenzie on the geopolitical and economic trail as he finds out about the ECB's moaning and groaning and what JP Morgan Chase is cooking up in the UK next year.
Jamie Khurshid, CCO at Droit, shares his experience of joining Droit virtually during the pandemic. Despite unique challenges, Jamie discusses how tech has swiftly adapted to ensure success during unprecedented times.
Mark Bradbury from Apply Financial and David White from Accuity chat about the acquisition, what this means from a product perspective at Accuity, and the industry as a whole on the FT Virtual Arena show.
The Australian government’s Senate Select Committee on Financial Technology and Regulatory Technology released a draft report citing blockchain more than 50 times and the country’s sector growth to $100B by 2030.
Todd Nagle, CEO of IncredibleBank -- a $1.5B community bank top 25 SBA lender has received much attention lately due to its entrepreneurial approach in solving problems -- shares a great PPP Loan success story.
The sixth stop on The Search took place in North America. Five incredible FinTech startups took to the stage to try and secure their place in the FinTech 100 at FinTech Abu Dhabi this November. Who won?