Sunday, January 20, 2019

Fiserv welcomes a trio of new bank partners

Fiserv is living the fintech dream as more than 80 of its bank clients have completed a migration to outsourced core processing in the past 24 months. Read more: finovate.com

Why automation is key to Chesapeake Bank’s innovation strategy

Automation is the theme that best describes Chesapeake Bank's innovation roadmap for 2019, Kevin Wood, managing director of the state-chartered Read more: bankinnovation.net

Didi does in-app financial services across China

Chinese mobile-based transportation platform Didi Chuxing has pressed the accelerator on its fintech ambitions with a financial services module in its app. Read more: www.bankingtech.com

mPOS helps in-flight payments take off

Serving food and drinks to 200 passengers at 37,000 feet in the air used to mean balancing snack boxes in one hand and manual, Read more: www.pymnts.com

3 Banking and FinTech trends to watch in 2019

It's the beginning of a new year, and naturally new trends will take shape. The seed for some trends like voice banking and contactless payments were already Read more: bankinnovation.net

Top ten digital bank initiatives in 2018

There have been a lot of digital bank projects in 2018. Here are our favourites. Rea more: www.bankingtech.com

The Financial Data Exchange to create standards for APIs

Sharing data while keeping it safe is a major issue for financial service companies. In October, the Financial Services Information Sharing and Read more: bankinnovation.net

European Crowdfunding Network writes open letter to European Council for EU-wide...

Members of the European Crowdfunding Network have written an open letter to the member states of the European Council in support of a pan-EU regime for crowdfunding platforms. Read more: member.regtechanalyst.com

FundedByMe becomes first regulated crowdfunding platform in UAE

FundedByMe has received approval to become the first regulated crowdfunding platform in the United Arab Emirates. Read more: member.regtechanalyst.com

Estonia arrests ex-Danske staff over money laundering case

Estonian police have arrested ten former Danske Bank employees as the €200 million money laundering case continues. Read more: www.bankingtech.com