In this episode of The Fintech Show, find out what it's been like to bank as an SME for the last couple of decades. Hear from three agile financial services organizations how they can serve SMEs going into the next decade.
A glitch in the Robinhood system is allowing users to trade stocks with excess borrowed funds, or “free money.” One trader bragged about a $1 million position funded by a $4,000 deposit. Should Robinhood face consequences?
Alfonso Garcia Mora, s global director at World Bank, discusses the technological trends that he’s seeing impact central banks, the challenges in regulation of Fintech companies, digital currencies and more.
Ari Sarker, co-president for Asia-Pacific at Mastercard, discusses their “Fintech Express” platform in Asia-Pacific, how the platform works, the business strategy, blockchain technology, their pullback from Libra and more.
In this episode of The Fintech Show look at how people are starting to manage their money in the digital age on a day-to-day basis. How are incumbents planning to address this while eliminating traditional friction?
The Paytech Show studies Strong Customer Authentication or SCA, what it means for consumers, the banks’ and the industry. Companies featured include European Banking Authority, UniCredit plus Giesecke and Devrient.
In this episode of The Insurtech Show, insurers are interviewed about how they talk with their customers. What are the challenges of improving customer experience with constantly shifting expectations, technology and regulation?
UNC Charlotte and Trilogy Education launch FinTech Boot Camp to expand digital skills of Charlotte's banking sector talent and maintain its position as one of the top financial services centers in the nation.
The U.S. Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) started issuing licenses to FinTechs around 2017, but state regulators have challenged the practice in hopes of keeping state control over consumer protection.
What industry will Blockchain disrupt next? What will the continuing influence of AI and automation mean for financial institutions? A panel of FinTech leaders discuss the major issues for the financial world and for next five years.
Last week’s coverage includes pension cash could bankroll start-ups, HSBC plans First Direct relaunch to compete with digital rivals, Robinhood makes second attempt at launching a high-yield account similar to banks