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BANKING & ENTERPRISE TECH

BANKING & ENTERPRISE TECH

Biggest developments in FinTech in 2016

Legal firm Bird & Bird suggests FinTech, which has seen significant expansion, shows no signs of slowing down. Read more: www.wired.co.uk

Banks set up Innovation Labs in Singapore for FinTech

Banks, financial services companies and insurance firms are opening innovation labs in Singapore to explore and develop FinTech, insurtech products. Read more: fintechnews.sg

The Evolution of FinTech and the Financial Ecosystem

Senior Deputy Governor Carolyn Wilkins calls for the public and private sectors to work closely together to realize fintechs full benefits and minimize its risks. Read more: www.bankofcanada.ca

SB of India launches fund for FinTech startups

State Bank Of India launches a Rs 200 cr fund for Fintech startups. Read more: yourstory.com

Will Banking and FinTech Merge or Collide?

Financial services technology disruption isn’t exclusive to wealth management. The impact that fintech, and tech in general, has had on banking. Read more: www.business2community.com

Five FinTech start-ups aiming to replace traditional banking

According to recent data from Accenture, funding for FinTech companies reached a staggering £3.7bn in the first quarter of 2016 alone. Read more: econsultancy.com

Things FinTech startups should know before working with banks

Martin Campbell, MD at FinTech firm Ormsby Street, shares his learnings for other FinTech startups. Read more: techcitynews.com

Malaysia approaches FinTech with Islamic twist

A fintech Islamic finance platform that links leaders with businesses via banks in Malaysia will change the role of Islamic lenders. Read more www.computerweekly.com

BoA plans to cut 8,000 Jobs as FinTech replaces humans

FT: Bank of America Plans to Cut 8,000 Jobs as Fintech Replaces Humans. Read more: www.newsmax.com

The CDO of Deutsche Bank explains FinTech strategy

Deutsche Bank, Germany's biggest bank, is spending €750 million for its digitisation by 2020. Read more: uk.businessinsider.com

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