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Articles tagged with: fintech

1+1=3? The Synergy of Analog and Digital Banking

Written by Credit Suisse on Wednesday, 26 October 2016.

marco abele"Digital or analog?" is the wrong question in the financial sector. Thanks to new advancements in technology, bank advisors have more time for their clients and are able to provide them with better advice, says Marco Abele, Head of Digital Private Banking at Credit Suisse Switzerland.

Peer-to-peer lending and financial innovation in the United Kingdom

Written by David Bholat on Tuesday, 27 September 2016.

Peer-to-peer (P2P) lending — direct lending between lenders and borrowers online outside traditional financial intermediaries like banks — first emerged in the United Kingdom and the world with the launch of Zopa in 2005. Our paper provides a quantitative analysis of nearly 14 million loan agreements. We lay bare the history of P2P lending from its beginning, showing the regional geography of P2P lending in the United Kingdom. We suggest that the history of P2P lending can shed light on financial innovation in general. We base our conclusions on four semi-structured interviews with the founders of the three most significant UK P2P platforms (Zopa, RateSetter, and Funding Circle).

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Building Relationships Between Banks and Startups

Written by Credit Suisse on Wednesday, 29 June 2016.

1453795876820San Francisco, London, and Berlin all come to mind when we talk about startup culture. But Zurich? The Swiss city is well known for banking, and now a growing group of entrepreneurs would like to see it make a name for itself as a hotspot for FinTech.

Rethinking Banking

Written by Credit Suisse on Wednesday, 20 April 2016.

1460557301131.2Thousands of new business models are sprouting up in the finance industry; investors are betting billions on the Fintech scene. While it may be surprising at first glance, traditional banks are among those profiting from this transformation.

An Interview with Suade CEO Diana Paredes

Written by Tilly Balfe on Tuesday, 21 July 2015.

Diana Paredes is the CEO and Co-Founder of Suade. After a successful career in investment banking at Barclays and Merrill Lynch where she covered several asset classes in sales and trading & structuring, she saw an opportunity to innovate and launch her current Fintech startup. 

How innovative digital could transform the insurance industry

Written by Majid Shabir on Wednesday, 13 May 2015.

The insurance industry in general has been slow to embrace digital. If you compare the customer experience you get from other areas - such as retail and travel - there's no doubt the insurance sector lags behind and is ready for change. Home and motor insurers are missing a trick – digital can be used to improve the perceptions that customers have about these 'grudge purchases'. Used well, digital can help to create happier and more informed customers, which in turn increases customer loyalty and advocacy – traditionally a problem area for the insurance arena.

LONDON FINTECH SECTOR: THE RISE AND FUTURE OF A BILLION POUND INDUSTRY

Written by Nikita Blanarik on Tuesday, 12 May 2015.

Ever since FinTech found life outside of Silicon Valley, it was only a matter of time before London established itself as the most desirable location for FinTech growth. The UK capital received $539 million in venture capital investment in 2014, three times the amount raised in 2013 and accounting for over a half of all FinTech investments across Europe.

Meet Mark Kanji, The Entrepreneur Enabling The App Economy

Written by EntrepreneurCountry Global on Monday, 08 December 2014.

Mark Kanji launched Apptivation in 2012 as a full service mobile agency, creating sector-specific mobile solutions for the banking and retail sector. One year later, Apptivation has grown to be one of the largest mobile agencies in the UK, acting as a strategic delivery partner to tier one organisations including Lloyds Banking Group, Camelot and Mitie. Apptivation is doing incredibly well says Julie Meyer, ' it is the fastest growing startup that Ariadne has ever worked with.'  

Stan Stalnaker on the Rise of Virtual Currencies

Written by EntrepreneurCountry Global on Monday, 01 December 2014.

Stan Stalnaker is the Founding Director of Hub Culture, a global collaboration network that connects business people in both the virtual and physical worlds. Hub Culture brings members together through an exchange of knowledge to facilitate deals: Pavilions are the space for this networking, and Knowledge Brokerage provides consulting services. Behind Hub Culture is the digital currency Ven, a pioneering venture that allows the community to trade and transact with a single commodity.

IBM SmartCamp – Dancing with David

Written by Dan Ginger on Friday, 28 November 2014.

The 2014 IBM SmartCamp European Final took place on the 27th November, on the picturesque 39th Floor of One Canada Water. The quality of start-ups presenting to the judging panel matched the impressive surroundings, and the enthusiasm showcased at the event displayed a true passion for innovation and entrepreneurship by IBM and the event's partners. A diverse group of Digital Davids pitched to representatives of IBM – the corporate Goliath.

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