Over 500 of Europe's top banks, VCs and most promising startups will be gathering at the East Wintergarden in London's Canary Wharf next week for the second annual Finextra Future Money conference.
Apple is hoping to launch its mobile payments service in Canada this autumn, although the firm is still wrangling with banks over fees and security concerns, according to the Wall Street Journal.
In our continuing series, in association with the Breaking Banks radio show, looking at accomplished and interesting women working and changing the FinTech sector, Liz Lumley sits down with Anthemis Group co-founder and president Amy Nauiokas.
Malaysia's Maybank is inviting startups from across South East Asia to pitch their fintech ideas in a series of roadshows spanning Manila, Jakarta, Bangkok, and Kuala Lumpur.
Trading across Europe has ground to a halt following an unexplained outage in Bloomberg terminals across the continent and Asia.
Class action lawyers representing banks in litigation against Target have blasted MasterCard's $19 million settlement with the US retailer over the 2013 data breach.
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China has put on hold plans to force technology firms working with the country's banks to submit to a series of onerous conditions, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Institutional investors are increasingly turning to social media, particularly LinkedIn, to source information that can be used to inform their investment decisions, according to research from Greenwich Associates.
HSBC in the US has begun notifying an undisclosed number of customers that their mortgage account data may have been inadvertently published on the Internet.
A new report from the World Bank has recorded a massive 20% drop in the numbers of unbanked consumers, as 700 million adults worldwide joined the formal banking system and became account holders between 2011 and 2014.