WhatsApp will roll out its payments service in India this year following a year-long pilot.
German digital bank N26 is launching in the United States through a phased rollout of its app-based checking account and debit card.
The PayPal Business Debit Mastercard gives UK business owners instant access to their PayPal funds around the world.
Singapore’s central bank plans to issue up to five digital bank licenses to suitable applicants, a move that could deliver the biggest shake-up in a market dominated by local banks.
WorldRemit’s chief product officer, Alice Newton-Rex, will join WhatsApp’s product team later this year to work on the app’s messaging service.
Seven Dutch banks have recently started to introduce instant payments using the CSM (Clearing and Settlement Mechanism) system of equensWorldline.
Zilvinas Bareisis, Payments Analyst at Celent shared his experience at Money 20/20 Europe in Amsterdam earlier in June.
Grab, Southeast Asia’s most valuable start-up, is exploring a move into Singapore banking as regulators in the Southeast Asian city-state consider allowing online-only banks.
In the nearest future, we’ll witness the rise of end-of-shift payments which will eventually lead to single payment accounts.
The world's biggest card issuer, China UnionPay, will offer debit and credit cards in Europe after striking a deal with a UK back-office startup, Tribe Payments.
Monzo has hit 2 million current account customers, signing up more than 35,000 new people every week.
New data from Juniper Research has found that fintech platform revenues will reach $638 billion by 2024, up from an estimated $263 billion in 2019.
illimity, the new paradigm banking start-up listed on Borsa Italiana’s MTA exchange, announces a partnership with Raisin, the marketplace for online savings and investments in Europe.
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.
AliExpress adds Klarna’s market-leading ‘Pay later’ option through the world’s leading payment platforms Alipay and Adyen.
Klarna has revealed that the challenger’s buy-now-pay-later service continues to resonate strongly with its young user base, merchants and partners.
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.