A credit card with a built-in fingerprint scanner rather than a PIN or signature to authorise payment is currently being trialled in South Africa.
The US trading and exchange technology services group has set up a unit to make minority stake investments of up to US$10m.
The US president said that he will favour US companies for federal contracts and reform the visa programme for foreign technical workers.
Employees are concerned that they may be made redundant, yet policymakers are unable to provide an informed response, claims a study.
Broker JLT Specialty saw a 60% increase last year in the number of merger and acquisition deals for which insurance cover was taken out.
A PwC global report finds that a majority of financial services firms plan strategic partnerships with fintech start-ups, while nearly half intend to make acquisitions.
Banks may have reservations about outsourcing their payments services, but there’s a strong business case to support it.
The virtual currency has blazed a trail, but rather than bitcoin it’s more likely that banks will use their own cryptocurrency as the agent of change.
Canadian fintech group D+H, which this month announced its impending union with Misys, covered topics from real time payments to APIs at its EMEA Insights event in London this week.
Dutch group Wolters Kluwer provides information services and solutions to customers including legal, business, tax, accounting, finance and healthcare professionals in over 180 countries. In this interview with GTNews, SVP for treasury and risk George Dessing outlines how the business has changed during his two decades with the group.