Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp launched its online lending service in India on Tuesday, widening its offering of financial products in one of the world’s biggest web services markets.
Softbank's SBC Wallet Cards (Softbank Card 3.0) will be officially released on November 27. SBC Wallet Cards improve the shortcomings of traditional wallets by providing better security and access. The SBC Wallet Cards utilizes its own encryption system, realizes multiple encryption mechanisms and can realize hot and cold wallet functions.
While the road to API connectivity has not been smooth, solid progress is being made in connecting banks to third parties, says Token’s CEO, Todd Clyde.
The breadth and complexity of Open Banking systems involve a web of players interconnected by the core need to access data. Used as the tool by which financial institutions and third parties deliver innovative financial products, the data required is highly personal by nature and brings with it a myriad of challenges on the part of institutions trying to capitalise its on value without taking on too much risk.
IT company Infrasoft Technologies is planning further global expansion in the Caribbean and Bahamas while focusing on opportunities in Europe, Japan and South Korea.
At the Open Banking 2.0 Panel, representatives from HSBC, TSB, Lloyds Banking Group, Standard Chartered and Dankse Bank stated that Open Banking has yet to be a commercial success for the majority of fintechs and banks.
The Turkish Government has passed new legislation paving the way for the introduction of Open Banking and full compliance with PSD2.
Survey confirms that banks are preferred suppliers of open banking services, but must fight to maintain position as TPPs evolve the category
Capgemini and Efma's World Retail Banking Report (WRBR) released today finds that consumers are increasingly choosing challenger banks due to poor customer service in the 'last mile' of service delivery from high street incumbents.
Coconut, the smart accounting app designed specifically for self-employed people, is set to automate bookkeeping for millions of people around the UK.
ING’s distributed ledger technology (DLT) team introduced its zero knowledge proof notary service, a blockchain breakthrough that improves the privacy and security of transactions on Corda, an open source blockchain platform.
The organisation celebrates its 40th anniversary with the inaugural FinTech Innovation Challenge, 18th Network Member Day, and launch of new She Counts cohort
Evelien Witlox, Global Director of Payments & Cards at ING shares her insights into the changes of the payments sector, ING’s preparation for PSD2 and many more.
Anders la Cour, Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Banking Circle looks at the challenges and opportunities ahead for FinTechs, challengers and incumbent banks seeking to better-serve SMEs.
ING has joined a taskforce to promote the development and acceptance of artificial intelligence technology in the Netherlands, part of a national initiative to halt a brain drain of talent to AI powerhouses like the US and China.
Ripple has struck a deal to offer its blockchain technology for cross-border payments to Finastra's banking customers.
Norway's largest bank, DNB, is launching a new version of its mobile app, powered by the open banking platform Nordic API Gateway.
The first biometric fingerprint credit card issued by a UK bank begins its three-month national trial today. NatWest is piloting cutting-edge, biometric fingerprint technology with 150 customers, in partnership with Mastercard and Gemalto, a Thales Company.
With financial institutions increasingly starting to offer their products for free, such as zero-commission stock trading, Barclays Plc has joined in, by starting the first no-fee exchange-traded notes (ETNs) in the United States.
Building on its previous success, Insurance Nexus are delighted to announce the return of the Connected Insurance USA Summit, which will take place November 20-21 at the Radisson Blu Aqua Hotel, Chicago Illinois.