Where does Facebook’s digital currency project stand after Zuckerberg testimony?


American Banker Capitol Hill reporter Neil Haggerty shares how the D.C. community reacted to Mark Zuckerberg’s congressional testimony and how they look at the project now.


Her work here is done: CEO leaving Bank Leumi after transforming it


Rakefet Russak-Aminoach, who will leave the company at the end of the month, has raised net profit and lowered costs by revamping its technology and culture.


Subscription killer Truebill readies three banking products


Originally formed to help consumers spot recurring charges, Truebill is adding banking and financial management features to its app.


Bank, fintech team up to offer no-cost early wage access


The service from Evolve Bank & Trust and Branch lets workers access a piece of their next paycheck to meet unexpected expenses.


BBVA partners with fertility company for online health care loan


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.


Are banks losing the brand war to tech firms?


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


How BBVA picks its fintech partners


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.


Radius Bank partners with Brex to launch corporate account with rewards


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


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


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.


Six standout fintechs at Finovate 2019


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