The future of finance is fintech

‘Fintech, with its modernised approach to finance, was the necessary tool to restore public faith in financial organisations’

The next-gen apps simplifying savings

Apps are putting consumers more in control of their money, but are they turning savers into investors?

Turmoil, panic and bank runs in a digital future

The prospect of a run on a bank in the modern era was unthinkable, until September 2007. As we move towards a cashless society, could it happen again?

Taking the next step in sandbox evolution

The Financial Conduct Authority’s sandbox, which has successfully cultivated UK innovation in fintech, must evolve if it is to remain relevant in a fast-moving sector

Immigration: can fintech help with the transition?

Immigrants face an array of financial hurdles when arriving in a new country and some startups are now offering services unavailable from established institutions. True inclusion, however, requires a concerted effort from wider stakeholders to support such initiatives

What forces are currently moving the fintech world?

‘Providers explore how they can enable newer technologies and help their customers address market needs faster’

Are late B2B payments slowing down the economy?

Late payments can have a disastrous ripple effect on the supply chains of small businesses and there is big room for improvement

Can banks and fintechs ever work together?

The arrival of open banking has thrown together fintechs and legacy banks, but do these organisations make good partners?