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Morgan Stanley bets on Brazil’s FinTech lending boom

Morgan Stanley is following Goldman Sachs in lending to Brazil’s healthy fintech industry in search of higher yields. Read more: www.bankingtech.com

AI in banking: the reality behind the hype

The industry is excited about the chance to use new technology to boost returns, but an FT survey shows how cautious banks actually are. Read more: www.ft.com

Bitcoin to burst faster than tech bubble?

When it comes to talk of "The Bitcoin Bubble," the FUD never stops — especially when it comes from traditional financial institutions like Morgan Stanley. Read more: bitcoinist.com

Visible Alpha bags $38m funding round led by Goldman Sachs

Financial data and analytics company Visible Alpha has bagged a $38m round of funding led by Goldman Sachs. Read more: fintech.global

Morgan Stanley’s robo-advisor for millennials goes live

Morgan Stanley launched a robo-advisor to target fintech's darling demography – millennials. The robo-advisor, which is called Morgan Stanley Access, Read more: bankinnovation.net

iCapital Network receives investment from BlackRock

Alternative investment solutions provider iCapital Network has received an undisclosed investment led by BlackRock. Read more: fintech.global

Bank-backed Visible Alpha unveils investment research platform

Visible Alpha has announced the commercial availability of its new investment research platform with content contributed by more than twenty research firms. Read more: www.finextra.com

Affirm nabs $100m credit facility from Morgan Stanley

Lending startup Affirm has secured a $100m credit line from Morgan Stanley as the San Francisco company looks to facilitate more point-of-sale financing. Read more: www.fintechroundup.com

Morgan Stanley says Robo-Advisors are a major threat

Robo advisers aren't going away any time soon, and the wealth management industry needs to make some changes if it wants to beat them and a host of other threats it is facing. Read More: www.bloomberg.com