Another month has passed and we’re back with our summary of the most important FinTech news. March 2022 was a difficult period, but many interesting events happened then too. Let’s dive in and pick the most important facts.
From a buzzword to reality – open banking has come a long way. It’s now a default setting powering a wide range of products addressed to the retail consumer. Open banking apps have become interfaces for financial services, changing the banking experience.
This week the news is all about open banking. From a new Unicorn company through illuminating findings on the EU bankers’ attitudes to the UK’s largest seed round of any open banking startup. Apart from that, we’re taking a look at an SME challenger bank, a partnership built around cryptocurrency, and a study on embedded finance. Read on to get the full story.
This week was packed with neobanking-related events and some of them were groundbreaking. We got new brands, we got drama and we got flex – and this is an actual name of two new products of different companies. Want to find out who is flexing the most? Read more!
New week, new startups covered in FinTech Wire. Today, you can read about Shares.io, a social investment platform, and W1tty, a challenger bank soon to be launched in the UK. We will also hear from their more experienced counterparts that have some exciting news to share: PayPal, Nubank, and TrueLayer.
UK FinTechs are represented strong in this issue of FinTech Wire. Both startups and mature enterprises can surprise. Read more to see how a new bank can dedicate itself to one goal – providing accessible housing to the Brits!
This time, we have news regarding startups that made appearances in the previous editions of FinTech Wire: Pennyworth and Fronted. What are they up to? And what other updates we have for you? Read to find out!
The Middle East is a huge and diverse region spanning over three continents and populated by more than half a billion people. This diversity is also visible in the FinTech market there, with some regions more technologically advanced and some just at the beginning of their road to the future of financial services. Let’s find out more about the FinTech in the Middle East landscape.
Another week, another unicorn! Additionally, the FinTech community welcomes new challengers. At the same time, Canadians have to say goodbye to one of the most renowned digital banks that decided to leave the market.
Can you make money by serving people of humble means? Can you sustain a business addressed to people outside of the global financial system? Limited market opportunities and few coins in the pocket don’t have to be a dead end. As Bill Gates once said: there’s a difference between banks and banking. If you need proof that FinTech companies can provide quality services to customers despite their financial status, look at neobanks in Africa.
How is 2021 going so far? Maybe it’s hard to tell after a few weeks, but one thing is true: the FinTech world won’t stop surprising us with innovations, rumours, and even scandals. So what news made headlines of the top industry media last week? Read on!
We’re back once again with the next fresh set of news from the FinTech world. This time, besides discussing businesses, we have a lot of information about new legal regulations. Read more to find out if they can impact your company!
There is too much news flying around to keep tabs on every single one of them. Not all of them are interesting enough, not all of them important for your business. As always, we deliver only the most interesting ones right at your doorstep. Let’s dive in!
How do you filter the market data to pick out the most valuable insights? Does the amount of news and updates make your head spin? The FinTech Wire comes to the rescue with a carefully selected combination of brand stories which are shaking the world of finance and banking. This week, we’ll be hearing from Visa, Pennyworth, Monument, SoFi, JP Morgan, and NerdWallet. Let’s roll!