European financial deposit marketplace Raisin has made its first acquisition, Manchester-based PBF Solutions, as it prepares to enter the UK savings market.
Bankers beware: not content with taking jobs in branches and IT centres, AI-powered robots are now coming after your conference speaking gigs.
Spain's BBVA has added a diagnostics tool to its app that gives customers a picture of their financial health and then offers a made-to-measure plan for improving it.
Some of Canada's most promising fintech startups will have the opportunity to mingle with the great and the good of the banking world at the annual Sibos jamboree in Toronto next month.
Swedish mPOS vendor iZettle is to get EUR30 million in debt funding from the European Investment Bank to help it better understand the technology needs of small companies.
Yolt, the UK money management app backed by Dutch banking giant ING, has added a host of new features, including a money transfer comparison service.
Apple's peer-to-peer payments feature will not go live with the launch of iOS 11 tomorrow but will arrive this Autumn, enabling users to send money and get paid in Messages.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia is adding support for Android Pay and NFC payments through Garmin smartwatches, but iPhone users will continue to have to make do with contactless stickers.
HSBC customers in China can now make payments with a selfie, thanks to the introduction of facial recognition technology in the bank's mobile app.
German retail investment exchange Boerse Stuttgart has launched a new digital division to develop innovative business models for exchange trading and over-the-counter (OTC) trading in fungible products.
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