In today’s world, Fintech companies almost compete directly with in most areas of the financial sector to sell financial services to customers across the globe.
Royal Bank of Scotland’s National Westminster Bank is launching a new platform that will offer quick loans decision and almost instant funding.
The Republic of Georgia is expanding the use of blockchain-based land-titling services, following a successful trial of land title registrations in the second half of 2016.
The Federal Council of the country initiated the consultation on amendments to the Banking Act and Banking Ordinance in the fintech area.
A robo-advisor for peer-to-peer lending is launching an automated investment tool based on the blockchain technology and machine learning.
Toronto can boast of multiple factors that altogether create a perfect environment for fintech development.
One of the leading private banks in India is accepting applications for its new fintech accelerator program aimed at facilitating innovation in the financial sector.
The whilepaper underlines the importance of further advancement and development of the fintech to serve multiple political and financial goals.
Former chief executive of Worldpay gets approval from UK regulators to launch a new bank that will provide financial services for fintech businesses worldwide.
With fintech quickly gaining traction around the world, the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow is planning to launch the first fintech degree in the UK.
Online lender has completed its latest financing round to enlarge its team and expand its finance solutions, less than a year after raising $40 million in January.
The social network giant has got an e-money license from the Central Bank of Ireland, thus allowing its customers in Europe to pay via its Messenger app.