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10th November 2016
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In today’s newsletter, Copenhagen is set to become a new hub for fintech, in a move that aims to strengthen Denmark’s “leading position within the development of digital financial solutions”, according to Copenhagen FinTech.

We also look at how online and peer-to-peer lenders are finding ways to solve the challenges of managing client money; and Alipay has partnered with the Printemps group to continue its European expansion strategy.


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Online and peer to peer lenders find new ways to solve the challenges of managing client money
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The capital of Denmark is about to be home to a new fintech hub, created by Financial Services Union Denmark, the City of Copenhagen and the Danish Bankers Association.

Copenhagen will be home to new fintech hub

Insurers went online a long time ago, but one of the major challenges has been creating an online experience that can handle the relatively complex insurance “form-filling” process. Jonathan Attwood, CEO of Fospha, explains how his company’s toolset can help insurers more accurately track their customers’ behaviour.

Insurers starting to get to grips with online conversion and complex forms

Alipay has partnered with the Printemps group, with its Printemps Haussmann store becoming the first department store to accept the Chinese company’s mobile payments app.

Alipay continues European expansion strategy with French connection
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