Multos International today announces that Santander (México) S.A, one of the largest issuers in México for credit/debit cards and part of the Santander global banking group, has chosen to migrate to MULTOS chip card technology for their card products.
Banco Santander has hired former McKinsey man Mariano Belinky to run its $100 million fintech venture fund, as it bids to get in on the ground floor at startups leading the financial services digital revolution.
As an antidote to the shopping frenzy that characterises the day after Thanksgiving in the US, Banco Santander has taken a refreshingly different approach with a campaign that encourages people to avoid the crush at the malls and instead spend more time with family and friends.
Santander, Telefonica and MasterCard are to invest £49.2 million in Monitise, providing a welcome boost to the London-based mobile money outfit after Visa decided to sell off its stake in the company.
Following the launch of Syniverse's new Mobile Engagement Suite, Banco Santander Uruguay has chosen the mobile solution provider's Mobile Engagement for Customers solution.
Yaap, the joint-venture between CaixaBank, Banco Santander and Telefónica, today releases Yaap money - a mobile app that facilitates the secure transfer of money instantaneously between users' mobile phones.
Santander UK has today launched an innovative new mobile banking service which is set to transform the way its customers can keep track of their everyday finances and spending.
The bitcoin-curious - both enthusiasts and sceptics - are being invited to help put together a report for Santander on the impact that cryptocurrencies will have on banks.
Accenture (NYSE: ACN) and 14 leading financial institutions have opened the application period for the third annual FinTech Innovation Lab London, a 12-week mentoring program that helps early and growth stage financial technology entrepreneurs accelerate product development and gain exposure to leading financial industry executives.
Spanish banking giant Santander has launched a $100 million, London-based fintech venture capital fund as it bids to get in on the ground floor at startups leading the financial services digital revolution.
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