Thursday, December 13, 2018
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“Have we actually delivered?” FinTech Australia chair

Stuart Stoyan questioned fellow fintechs and "200-year-old startup" banks at the AltFi event in Sydney this week. Read more: www.finder.com.au

AI, Alt Lending lead B2B FinTech investments

Alternative lending and artificial intelligence startups lead the B2B FinTech investment activity of the week, with other firms operating in logistics, blockchain and T&E. Read more: www.pymnts.com

Citi wants FinTech startups to disrupt institutional banking

Financial services giant Citi reckons FinTech startups are missing out on a major opportunity to disrupt institutional banking. Read more: techcrunch.com

Bank of England sets up FinTech hub

The Bank of England is establishing a new Fintech Hub as a central point of contact for engagement with startups and to drive new technological developments. Read more: www.finextra.com

4 things fintech startups can learn from the mobile payments boom

Cash is the undisputed king in Cambodia—at least for now. Read more: e27.co

Techstars sets up talent pool in India for all its startups

The famous John F. Kennedy quote takes an interesting twist in the context of Techstars rolling out its India program, as co-founder David Brown explains. Read more: www.techinasia.com

Graduating startups from PayPal incubator

Join PayPal on 14 March as three graduating startups from PayPal Incubator share about their journey Read more: www.techinasia.com

Yes Fintech calls on start-ups worldwide for second cohort

Yes Bank, one of the largest banks in India, us calling for start-ups to apply for the second cohort of its Yes Fintech innovation programme. Read more: www.bankingtech.com

Incubating FinTech startups with entrepreneur first

Will Beeson chats to Matt Clifford of Entrepreneur First about investing in FinTech startups, ambitious people, and encouraging entrepreneurship. Read more: banknxt.com

Amazon, Facebook, Google are bigger threat than FinTech

Large technology firms like Facebook, Amazon and Google are a bigger threat to banks than fintech startups says the World Economic Forum, in a report, Read more: www.finextra.com