Bank of America says it is working with multiple financial data aggregators to provide customers with the ability to connect data from their accounts to third-party financial management applications.
A new Spanish blockchain consortium spearheaded by Cecabank and professional services firm Grant Thornton is building tools designed to combat money laundering and boost KYC efforts.
If e-commerce conglomerates like Alibaba can move into banking, what's to stop banks moving into e-commerce? That's the thinking behind SkyShopper, a new online mall launched by Emirates NBD which aims to tap into the UAE's booming internet shopping market.
Two Australian fintech associations have welcomed a commitment by the country's securities regulator to step up research and investment in technologies that could help ease the compliance burden for new companies entering financial services.
Following a year-long experiment, the Bank of Canada says that distributed ledger technology is not ready to act as the backbone of a wholesale interbank payment system.
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Worldpay is experimenting with the use of virtual reality to provide genuine card transactions for users immersed in a computer-generated environment.
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The soaring popularity of contactless cards is changing the dynamics of the UK payments industry with new forecasts predicting that paying by plastic debit will overtake cash in 2018, three years earlier than expected.
The power of digital payments to drive financial inclusion and social justice emerged as a key theme on the first day of the Payments Canada Summit in Toronto.
FIS is to sell a 60% stake in its global consultancy unit Capco to private equity firm Clayton, Dubilier & Rice (CD&R) for $477 million, retaining a minority 40% interest in the business.
The Dubai Financial Services Authority is to allow fintech firms to apply for a restricted six-to-12-month financial services license in order to test out innovative new products and services on the ground.