Natasha Condon, J.P. Morgan’s global head of core trade, discusses how the pandemic has challenged global trade, and why digital platforms must interoperate.
The latest PYMNTS Next-Gen Debit Tracker® delves into fraud fighting on the debit front as new and better tech makes spending your own money safer.
In January 2020, a seasoned financial expert, @dejiolowe, made what is best described as educated and fun guesses for Nigeria’s financial sector: He walks us through the happenings of the year.
Despite the challenges of the pandemic, Truist Financial announced Thursday (Jan. 21) it had delivered a 20 percent increase in its fourth quarter earnings.
In today’s top payments news around the world, Mynt is seeking more funding following a $175 million round, aiming to get a valuation in excess of $1 billion.
Despite the overwhelming challenges of a global pandemic, 2020 saw an enormous amount of resilience,…
Plaid announced that it has launched a program called FinRise, an incubator aimed at making entrepreneurship more accessible to people of color.
Central banks around the world are racing to explore the pros and cons of issuing their own digital currency, with China leading the way.
The Brazilian financial system is one of the segments that is constantly linked to changes and innovations. The articles outlines 5 trends in 2021 for the market
Many want a piece of Indonesia’s fintech pie – what must new entrants know of digital financial regulation in ASEAN’s biggest economy?
Ant Group-backed Mynt seeks further funding, and a valuation over $1 billion, after pulling in $175 million in additional venture funding just this month.
European footwear company Birkenstock is reportedly in discussions for a sale to CVC Capital Partners.
Neo banking, as a concept, began to gain popularity around 2017, when digitizing financial activities became a serious priority, thanks to demonetization. The advent of Aadhar and push for UPI also accelerated this disruption in the digital banking space
Paymentology today announced that it has been selected by Mastercard to join its Fintech Express programme and its Engage Programme.
Indian fintech tartups in 2021 are likely to record $2.5 Bn in total funding across 145 funding deals in total.