A host of board directors, chief financial officers and payments and technology heads from Europe's leading banks have confirmed their participation in the conference programme for the thirteenth annual EBAday, taking place this year in Munich between the 12th and 13th June.
The times, they are a changing. With fewer people carrying cash, a British university student has developed a system that lets buskers accept contactless payments.
ING has opened its internal developer portal to coders from corporate clients and fintech startups, providing access to simulated APIs for testing and developing new products.
PayPal and Google are extending their relationship across the search giant's entire ecosystem, including Gmail, YouTube, Google Pay and Google Store.
Mizuho Financial Group is looking to foster Japan's blockchain ecosystem by sponsoring a new dedicated co-working space in downtown Tokyo.
French bank Crédit Mutuel is doubling down on its use of IBM's Watson platform, committing to use the AI technology across all its business lines.
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Big Tech's interest in financial services is once again coming under the microscope, with both a top Federal Reserve staffer and senior European bankers voicing concerns that the likes of Amazon could be stepping onto their turf without proper oversight.
ABN Amro’s Digital Impact Fund (DIF) is acquiring a minority stake in local fintech startup Ockto, which specialises in helping consumers and businesses to safely collect and share personal data.
Visa has made a strategic investment in YellowPepper in an effort to push the adoption of mobile payments and tokenisation in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Payments processor Adyen is chasing a $9 billion valuation after confirming its intent to sell 15% of its shares in an IPO on Euronext Amsterdam.