Coinable became the latest cryptocurrency exchange company to receive a licence that allows it to operate in the state of New York.
University of Strathclyde has launched, what it claims to be the first Financial Technology focused course in the UK. The degree will be an intensive 12-month Masters that will start from September 2017.
In a new infographic, Binary Options Robots recaps the history of binary options since 1973, the highs and the lows, through to 2016 and the present day.
Four years after leaving the UK's high streets, ING is coming back in a digital way with a new app that integrates users' bank accounts (even ones from its competitors) and provides tips and information about their finances.
Amicus Financial, an online lender that has lent nearly £1 billion in seven years, has applied for a banking licence, hoping to secure it in 2017.
ING is set to invest €800m in digital transformation strategies over the next five years and will affect 7,000 jobs, said Ralph Hamers, CEO of ING.
In the latest episode of the FinTalk podcast we talk to Fabian Vandenreydt, head of SWIFT Innotribe about key trends in emerging financial technology, what to expect from Sibos and why there’s never been a better time to collaborate in financial services.
There are increasing calls for the use of open banking APIs from industry groups and even the UK Treasury. It is clear that this market shift is inevitable, but while this openness will facilitate innovation and drive competition, there is uncertainty.
Haunted by the mistakes of 2008, financial regulators decided to introduce more stringent regulations to lessen the likelihood of a double-dip recession. But this is now leading to growing concerns and begging the question – is regulation stifling innovation within the financial services industry?
There's good news for fintech challengers trying to compete with established retail bank products like current accounts this morning.