Today the Financial Solutions Lab (FinLab) at the Center for Financial Services Innovation (CFSI) with founding FinLab partner JPMorgan Chase & Co. officially launched its third annual $3 million challenge to identify tech-enabled innovations that improve the financial health of Americans.
Chase is gearing up to launch a digital self-service mortgage platform that lets customers track their loan applications to closing entirely online or from their mobile phones.
Some of Wall Street's biggest firms have participated in a $15 million financing round for capital markets software house OpenFin.
Thomson Reuters has moved to strengthen its KYC management services and legal entity data by buying Clarient and Avox from the DTCC and its bank partners. Financial terms were not disclosed.
Chase customers can now import their financial data to Intuit financial management tools without having to hand over their account credentials, addressing a key flashpoint in bank relationships with third party technology companies.
Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan and Icap are among a clutch of major financial institutions preparing to invest up to $20 million in blockchain startup Axoni, according to a report by Reuters.
Joshua Aaron, the US fugitive suspected of carrying out the largest ever cyber attack on Wall Street, has returned to the US to face trial after hiding out in Russia for more than 18 months.
Almost one in three workers in London face an uncertain future over their employer's plans to relocate the business.
Starting today, Chase customers can download and pay with Chase Pay®, the new digital payment solution that works in stores, in app, and online.
Chase announced today that Walmart (NYSE: WMT) will accept Chase Pay® on Walmart.com, within the Walmart mobile application and in its stores through the Walmart Pay app.
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