As they share ever more personal information online, young Brits are increasingly falling victim to identity fraud, figures from security outfit Cifas show.
A British cyber-security firm set up by a former JPMorgan banker has closed an £8 million Series A funding round
As states across Europe eye up London's business riches and tout their EU-friendly fintech credentials, German centre-right political party Freie Demokraten is taking a cheekily direct approach, driving a giant billboard truck into the heart of the capital emblazoned with an invite for Brexit-scarred startups to move to Berlin.
After 16 months of deliberation, North Carolina has enacted a blockchain-friendly bill with the passing of the North Carolina Money Transmitter Act.
Barclaycard is expanding its bPay contactless payments range through the introduction of a small case that can be attached to watches and fitness bands.
The prevalence of mobile banking in Europe is soaring, with nearly half of phone owners now managing their finances through their handsets, new research commissioned by ING suggests.
With one in 10 veterans believing that serving in the British armed forces has made it harder for them to access financial services and products, Barclays has launched a dedicated digital hub to help them find tailored products.
ING and Belgian bank KBC have joined forces to launch an integrated mobile payments and loyalty platform in Belgium, combining the Dutch bank's payment app Payconiq with loyalty platforms Qustomer and KBC’s CityLife.
In a world where algorithms rule, Bloomberg is promising to give the simple human a leg up through the launch of a trader brain exercise tool that helps users sharpen the skills they need to predict short-term price movements.
Far from being an economic disaster, a British exit from Europe could be the best thing that's ever happened to UK fintech, says Michael Jackson, partner at Mangrove Capital and former COO at Skype.
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