Disruptors

BBVA partners with fertility company for online health care loan

10/15/19

The bank is providing a point-of-sale loan to women seeking IVF treatments and getting funds to clinics, in some cases, within 24 hours.

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Are banks losing the brand war to tech firms?

10/08/19

Futurist Lex Sokolin believes buying banking products will be like buying generic pain relievers on Amazon.

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How BBVA picks its fintech partners

10/07/19

Susan French, head of product at BBVA Open Platform, discussed the bank's vetting of fintech partners and how it deals with the competitive threat that their products present.

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Radius Bank partners with Brex to launch corporate account with rewards

10/03/19

It's the latest move by Radius to extend its banking-as-a-service offering to fintech partners.

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Goldman’s ‘money pit;’ lenders embrace small installment loans

09/30/19

Goldman’s consumer unit, Marcus, has so far lost $1.3 billion; big lenders like JPMorgan Chase and Amex are making loans for small-ticket items like clothes and cosmetics.

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Six standout fintechs at Finovate 2019

09/25/19

Here are companies whose strong visions and timely ideas commanded attention at the technology conference in New York this week.

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U.S. Bank embraces open banking with data-sharing agreements

09/24/19

The bank has developed APIs to feed customer data directly to seven fintechs and data aggregators, including MX and Finicity.

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Kabbage founders launch startup to connect small businesses with gig workers

09/23/19

The startup, Drum, provides a marketplace for small businesses to offer promotions to influencers who can help them drum up business.1:54 PM?

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Fintechs serving gig-economy workers raise funds, plot expansion

09/19/19

Salaryo and Joust are among the companies catering to a clientele of underbanked entrepreneurs, Uber drivers and the like. Venture capital dollars are starting to follow.

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Why fintech rollouts are magnets for fraud

09/16/19

Hackers go in for the kill when challenger banks and others launch retail products. So the companies are forced to step up their defenses — fast.

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