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.
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.
HSBC has launched a digital marketplace platform connecting buyers with suppliers around the world.
A new Finextra paper to be released at EBAday 2017 will gauge banks’ progress with PSD2 compliance and their thinking about the opportunities - and challenges - of the imminent regulatory change.
National Australia Bank is to provide clients with direct access to Israel's OurCrowd, an equity crowdfunding platform for startup investments worldwide.
OCBC Bank is putting HR in the pockets of its employees with a mobile app and chatbot integrated with the bank's human resources information system.
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.
We may be living in an era of data breaches and hacking scandals but more than half of financial markets participants working on blockchain see open-source as the best model for the technology.
HSBC is throwing its weight behind the robo-advisory movement, announcing plans to use data and algorithms to deliver tailored advice and make personal recommendations based on an individual’s circumstances.
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