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How can top financial services management embrace diversity and financial technology innovation while facing the potential risk of a global recession triggered by the Coronavirus pandemic?
Covid-19 medicine developed by biotech scaleup, ready for final clinical trial – urgent call for scientists and investors
Published: 17/03/2020 Author: Susanne Chishti, CEO & Founder, FINTECH Circle I came across a fascinating video interview with a globally leading Genetics Professor Josef Penninger,
In a new investing era defined by automation, algorithms and Big Data, where evolution is more like a (r)evolution.
After over a year of crowdsoucing a global network of payment thought leaders to write The PAYTECH Book the day had come for us to meet each other in person and celebrate the official launch in London
News flash: we’re all living longer. Yes, okay, that deep insight won’t come as much of a surprise – but the extent of our ageing population might. By 2042, nearly one in four of us here in the UK will be over 65.
Paytech innovation has brought financial services to individuals and the types of businesses that previously would have found it difficult to receive money digitally whether from a lack of access to the necessary technology or prohibitively high fees.
The complexity of the B2B payments environment has been ripe for digital transformation but with banks only making incremental improvements to corporate transactions.
Automation is increasingly visible in aspects of financial services firms. The deployment of robotic process automation (RPA) has a number of advantages.