IBM and the WEF both have plans for increasing resilience in global supply chains disrupted by the coronavirus crisis.
FIS Ventures will invest globally in early to growth-stage fintech startups with a focus on emerging technologies such as AI and machine learning.
Fintech startups are providing complex banking infrastructure "as a service." That means every company can now benefit from financial services.
The key trends driving innovation in wealth and digital advice have not changed – they have just been accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The coronavirus will wipe out some fintechs, but those that get through it will share in the next growth phase of the industry's development.
Regulation is again forcing the industry to get creative in how it complies, conducting business responsibly while reducing compliance costs as much as possible.
Banks that collaborate, embrace Open X and transform into Inventive Banks are most likely to prosper Paris, April 21, 2020 – Capgemini and Efma today published the World FinTech Report 2020 ...