A stellar line-up of 27 senior bankers and fintech experts will be onstage at the Finextra SAP Financial Services Forum in London next month to detail winning strategies for banks competing in a digitally-driven business market.
Thailand's Kasikorn Bank has launched a $30 million fintech fund to invest in startups across South East Asia as well as Europe and China.
Societe Generale is sending a dedicated team of staffers to collaborate with fintech startups in Germany through a partnership with Berlin-based innovation hub, Factory.
Australian open API startup Basiq has gained seed funding from Nab Ventures and Westpac-backed startup vehicle Reinventure as the country's banks prepare for a new era of client data sharing.
A Dublin-based social payments outfit founded by former Facebook and Wonga staffers Charles Dowd and Clive Foley has raised €25 million in a Series A funding round led by private investment trust, Swiss Privée.
Fidor Solutions has lured ABN Amro's EVP for IT Geert Ensing to take on the role of chief information officer as it steps up its international expansion strategy.
The Brexit cloud may loom large but, for now, the UK remains at the centre of Europe's financial technology scene, home to nearly two thirds of the firms that make it into this year's FinTech50.
Digital only Atom Bank has put plans to open a current account on ice as it faces up to a slew of new regulations set to land over the course of the next year.
Five of the eleven startups graduating from Startupbootcamp's 2017 Indian accelerator programme have secured pilots with bank sponsors RBL and Icici.
Finextra and the Euro Banking Association have selected 15 of Europe's most promising startups to present their ideas to banking delegates attending EBAday 2017, the continent's leading payments and transaction banking event.
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