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Scale of bank’s spending on fintech has spooked some rivals
Société Générale and Santander sign up for plan to smooth cross-border transfers
“ASKfm kicks off a new stunt - this time without killing a sherpa”.
Higher deposit rates from fintech group add pressure on big banks to follow suit
Biometric identification offers displaced communities choice and autonomy
1,100 companies will switch ‘home’, generating billions in rebalancing trade
Fast-growing fintech company predicts London’s role as a financial centre could fade
Crypto-assets are impractical and do little for financial inclusion
New funds from Revolut and Plum will appeal to smartphone generation
Technology, from blockchain to satellites, can track funded projects in real time
Aim is to provide faster, cheaper and more secure ways of completing trades
P2P lender’s flotation to test investor appetite for new generation of fintechs
Group aims to expand customer base with promise of unlimited zero-commission trades
WorldRemit founder’s seed money came from blowing whistle on corruption in industry
Indian fintech faces questions on rising competition and structural changes in market
Eight-year-old digital money transfer group expects to break even next year
Data sharing between financial institutions and tech companies puts consumers at risk
World’s biggest payment card issuer challenges US rivals Visa and Mastercard
The internet's attention economy may accidentally bring about full-reserve banking
When it's in the price comparison business.
Alibaba founder’s influence is still likely to be felt for years to come
BlackRock’s senior managing director on the need to shift to big data-powered strategies
Imperial College London is at it again.