Today Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC) announced that mobile banking deposit customers nationwide now have access to a predictive banking feature that analyzes account information, providing mobile app users with tailored account insights and personalized financial guidance.
Equiniti Group plc (“Equiniti” or the “Group”) is pleased to announce that following regulatory approval and satisfactory completion of all outstanding conditions, the Group has today completed the acquisition of Wells Fargo’s Shareowner Services business (“WFSS”).
Apple has previews plans for a new business chat application in iMessage, allowing users to have a text conversation with merchants to discussss potential purchases and process payments from the same screen.
Four top tier financial institutions are collaborating on the use of distributed ledger technology to revive the market for mortgage-backed securities, the reviled financial instruments which precipitated the global banking crisis in 2008.
Wells Fargo becomes the 12th corporation to anchor the Carolina Fintech Hub (CFH) joint venture, joining Bank of America, Ally, BB&T and Ernst & Young on the non-profit’s Board of Directors.
Investment research technology firm Visible Alpha has expanded its roster of big Wall Street name backers and set its sights on MiFID-led European growth after closing a $38 million funding round led by Goldman Sachs.
As it books a $3.25 billion fourth quarter pre-tax charge related to the misselling scandal, Wells Fargo says it plans to make savings by closing around 900 branches by 2020.
Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE:WFC) announced today that Wells Fargo is partnering with Fitbit (NYSE: FIT), the leading global wearables brand, to launch Fitbit Pay™ to its customers, giving them the ability to conveniently and securely make purchases at merchants whose payment terminals are set up to accept near-field communication (NFC) payments.
Some of America's biggest financial institutions, including American Express, Bank of America, JPMorgan and Wells Fargo, have set up a new company that will carry out risk assessments on suppliers and partners.
In an effort to continue to simplify the financial lives of its customers, Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE:WFC) announced agreements with Expensify and PointServe as part of its industry-leading efforts to reshape the data-exchange models it uses when sharing customer information with third-party services.
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