Payvision celebrates its one-year partnership with ING, one of the largest European banks, with a brand-new visual and sonic identity, marking the company’s shift into a new era.
Following HKMA’s passing of the first virtual banking licenses this March, there are now 8 virtual banks in Hong Kong. So what is a virtual bank and what does it mean for Hong Kong?
Sopra Banking Software announced that Rabobank International Direct Bank is using its “Digital Experience Platform” (DxP) in order to comply with PSD2 regulations.
Thunes has extended its network in Mongolia adding LendMN – the first Mongolian “fintech”, in an effort to promote financial inclusion and smarter payment solutions.
Cost of payment fraud growing 50% faster than the amount transacted through online payments. How Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) threatens conversion rates with the introduction of PSD2?
UiPath, a RPA company, is blazing a path to an “automation first” era, closing its Series D investment round, raising $568 million at a post-money valuation of $7 Billion.
Bitcoin hovered above $7,000 on Monday, close to nine-month highs, as the biggest cryptocurrency’s 2019 rally gathered steam.
AliExpress adds Klarna’s market-leading ‘Pay later’ option through the world’s leading payment platforms Alipay and Adyen.
Thunes (previously TransferTo), a global cross-border payments network, announced that it has successfully completed its $10 million Series A financing led by GGV Capital, a leading global venture firm.
Klarna has revealed that the challenger’s buy-now-pay-later service continues to resonate strongly with its young user base, merchants and partners.
Social media giant Facebook is said to be seeking to raise as much as a billion dollars in outside funding for its cryptocurrency project.
On April 24, 2019, Payments & Cards Network held a very successful new edition of its Industry Meetup in Spaces Herengracht near its Amsterdam HQ. Here're some key takeaways.
Took place on April 10-11, 2019, Seamless Middle East is the region’s most comprehensive exhibition, with over 350 exhibitors and 400 speakers from the payments and commerce industries.
Following up on their first edition published last year, LATTICE80 presents the complete list of Top 100 Fintech Southeast Asia Influencers who are charting the path for fintech in the region for 2019.
The non-profit organisation has been established by the founding members PPRO, Bankin’, Eurobits, Klarna/Sofort, Trustly.
UK bank NatWest is piloting in-card biometric technology that lets customers verify point-of-sale transactions with their fingerprints.
Leading payment service provider ECOMMPAY is proud to announce the appointment of Audrey Ottevanger as Director and Head of APAC.
Volt will enable access to more than 4,000 European banks through its single API and is the first platform of its kind built from first principles.
LATTICE80, in collaboration with FinTech4Good, presents this list who are leveraging the power of fintech and blockchain technology to create a positive impact on the future.
The company will provide its cybersecurity solutions to new foreign clients.