Security is a big topic for healthcare right now and has been for some years. Johan Sörmling, Managing Director at Encap Security and Head of Mobile Identity at Signicat, believes that healthcare has a great deal to learn from other markets—in particular fintech. He believes it’s important to think of app users, no matter the app, as consumers when considering how to attract and keep people using healthcare apps.
In addition to being the world’s most internationally connected city with a strong tradition of regulating the financial industry, London for a long time has been home to the largest financial institutions, tech companies and universities. Hirbod Assa, Senior Lecturer in Finance and Fintech at Kent Business School, University of Kent, argues how all the aforementioned aspects give London unique characteristics to maintain its world FinTech position. It is also discussed that to this end, the government needs to encourage quicker finance adoption of technology, investment needs to be injected into the industry and regulations need to be rightfully set.
Seshika Fernando, VP and GM of WSO2 BFSI Practice discusses that banks need a combination of the right technology, the right partners and the right kind of leadership commitment to implement a robust digital strategy to build strong adoption that delivered benefits across banking ecosystems.
Will Marwick, CEO of IFX Payments, looks at how companies that had a pre-established international business presence are better prepared for post-Brexit success. He offers some tips on how to help an organization guarantee the best international move.
Stefan Merz, Chief Strategy and Growth Manager at PPRO, provides his take on this industry growth and the impact this is having on the payments sector.
Martin Rehak, CEO of Resistant AI, discusses the new ways in which organizations can combat Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) fraud.
Mike Rhodes, CEO and Founder of ConsultMyApp, discusses how the fintech market has become one of the fastest-growing sectors of our economy and how these relatively new market players continue to outperform traditional banks in the digital space
Klarna looks at the history and future of payments its latest interactive campaign.
Sean Farrington, EVP EMEA, Pluralsight, considers how AI skills are industry agnostic and why market leaders are already putting them to good use.
Vince Graziani, CEO of IDEX Biometrics ASA, discusses how the adoption of biometric payment cards can enable retailers to balance the security measures needed for compliance whilst also delivering ease of use for the consumer.
Mastercard has announced that it will stop issuing cards with a magnetic stripe.
An all-in-one app for the self-employed, the neobank now includes business and tax solutions to support the growing needs of the projected 90 Million US freelancers.
Revolut has become the most-valued fintech in UK history after raising US$800mn totalling a $33bn valuation, surpassing NatWest.
Klarna has pledged its commitment to new sustainability initiatives.
Spending via the increasingly popular buy now pay later service is projected to increase to US$995bn by 2026.
Since going live yesterday, Curve has raised £7.5mn from nearly 9,000 investors since going live yesterday, smashing its own 2019 record.
Following a hugely popular pre-registration campaign, Curve’s crowdfund now live on Crowdcube platform
Tink continues its European expansion by acquiring leading German open banking tech firm, FinTecSystems.
Mollie, one of the fastest-growing payment service providers in Europe, has appointed Julien Cordonnier as its Chief Operations Officer.
HSBC USA today announced the launch of a multi-currency digital wallet that enables businesses to make international payments simply and securely.