Sunday, March 26, 2023


Measures to make banks’ FinTech convenient and safe

Attention may well be paid to whether newly developed financial technology could serve as a tide to change the future of the banking business. Read more:

London Mutual launches MasterCard debit card

By bundling the transaction volumes of their credit union customers, Optimus Cards Group, has made true debit programs possible for credit unions. Read more:

Nymbus unveils first core banking system client, Chrome FCU

Christopher George, CEO of Chrome FCU, said that Nymbus’ SmartCore was “the only selection by far” to be able to help the credit union achieve its ambitions. Read more:

Video banking moves beyond talking teller heads

Royal Bank of Canada is betting on video as the next step in customer relationship management with its small-business customers. Read more:

FinTech team wants to take banking to the Echo

With the work done by the Hillsboro-based team at Fiserv requesting your bank balance could be as simple as, "Alexa, what's my balance?". Read more:

The Money Finder pockets $1.75m

Financial planning software startup The Money Finder has raised $1.75m in a new round from Build Ventures and Innovacap. Read more:

L’Atelier BNP Paribas opens second FinTech accelerator

L'Atelier BNP Paribas is now launching Season 2 of its FinTech & Corporate Accelerator programme. Read more:

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:

Banks need FinTech to stay competitive – and secure

There seems to be no shortage of action in the corporate banking space. So, What can corporates expect from their banks in 2017? Read more:

Lloyds joins new British banking cyber defense alliance

Lloyds Banking Group is the latest bank to join a new British cyber security group for banks called the Cyber Defence Alliance. Read more: