If there’s anyone who can talk about the rise of fintech (financial technology) and where the sector is going, its Microsoft’s director of financial services, Richard Peers.
Business intelligence is expected to attract huge investment from established players in the financial markets industry to aid strategic planning in coming years.
Fintech is a fast moving industry.
In the world of fintech, close attention is being paid to female influencers who are marking their mark on the industry, bringing with them fresh perspectives and experiences
Oxford University, one of the most prestigious universities in the world, is getting behind the fintech hype by launching an online short course into the technology.
Financial technology — often known as fintech — is changing the world of financial services.
Revolut, a challenger bank based in London, has raised $66m in funding from the likes Index Ventures to expand its services in the UK and around the world.
Alipay’s recent international moves outside China reveal a very different approach from how brands such as PayPal and Apple have dealt with expansion.
Despite what you might have heard, London is unlikely to lose its unofficial status as the pre-eminent fintech hub.
The US Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) is in the midst of a heated battle with state regulators and the loss of its chief means plans to grant special purpose national bank charters to financial technology firms (fintechs) will collapse.
British chancellor Philip Hammond said this morning fintech is part of the so-called “fourth industrial revolution” at the Treasury’s first International Fintech conference in London.
GV, formerly Google Ventures, the search giant’s venture capital arm announced its first investment in a European fintech company today.
The UK fintech scene, estimated to be worth £6bn ($7.5bn) to the UK economy, is getting a boost with a new dedicated hub.
People are worried banking could be losing the human touch as fintech’s march rolls on.
Uncertainty over the Brexit vote has caused investment in the UK’s fintech startups to dry up.