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Partnerships key to Banks’ Survival

Banks and financial institutions are experiencing major losses in revenue due to the emergence of FinTech companies and service providers. Read more: cointelegraph.com

Blockchain is the coolest thing in Indian finance right now

It's tough to keep up with technology. And India's finance sector knows it too well. Read more: qz.com

Can challenger FinTech banks achieve scale?

Challenger FinTech banks will need to achieve scale to maximize cost and feature benefits against legacy banking organizations. Read more: thefinancialbrand.com

Nomura launches Indian FinTech programme

Japanese investment bank Nomura is launching a new FinTech programme in India to encourage local entrepreneurs to build tools for the capital markets. Read more: www.fintechroundup.com

Banking options narrow: partner or acquire FinTech firms

Many legacy banking organizations are either partnering or acquiring FinTech firms to jump start innovation efforts. Read more: thefinancialbrand.com

PwC runs blockchain prototype for London insurance market

PwC has created a working blockchain prototype for the London Market Target Operating Model (TOM) Innovation Exchange. Read more: www.fintechranking.com

Crypto Valley Association to build blockchain ecosystem

Crypto Valley Association launched with a number of leading companies and startups as members, including ConsenSys, UBS, PwC, and more. Read more: www.businesswire.com

Watch out for RegTech, Chatbots and India in 2017

PwC's newly appointed FinTech and RegTech Leader for China & Hong Kong, has put forward some predictions for FinTech in Asia. Read more: www.econotimes.com

PwC launches Vulcan, its FinTech offering

The service enables digital assets to be used for banking, commerce and other asset-related services, PwC said in a press release. Read more: www.pymnts.com

Wealth managers are too complacent with FinTech

Most understand the threat to profit margins but few use fintech to their advantage. Read more: financialadvisoriq.com