CFTC warns against coronavirus-related fraud
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has warned the public to be on alert for frauds seeking to profit from recent market volatility related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Judo Bank said to secure $350m in funding to support...
Australian challenger bank Judo Bank has reportedly raised $350m credit facility from Citi Bank to help support its coronavirus struggles.
How the coronavirus is forcing businesses and governments to rethink their...
Cyber criminals are taking advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now companies and governments are urged to take action.
Eight good and bad impacts Coronavirus could have on FinTech
The World Health Organization (WHO) classified COVID-19 (coronavirus) as a pandemic last week. While ensuring people, particularly those at high-risk, are safe, protecting businesses and jobs has been a major priority for governments across the globe. But what are the good and bad impacts it can have on FinTechs?
Could the coronavirus help Revolut grow?
UK challenger bank Revolut is expected to add three million new user by June and COVID-19 could be a contributing factor.
European Central Bank launches €759bn package to support coronavirus impact
The European Central Bank (ECB) is the latest European body to take measures to stop the impact of COVID-19 (coronavirus) on the financial market.
iwoca releases new lending service to help SMEs with coronavirus impact
Small business loan provider iwoca has released a new OpenLending solution which hopes to help companies brace the troubles of COVID-19 (coronavirus).
Could marketing save FinTech from the coronavirus?
In the days of COVID-19, branding could be the thing that helps FinTech companies survive. The world could be entering a potential financial market meltdown. As insurance companies, incumbents and InsurTechs, look to survive, branding could be key to survival and social media might be the holy grail.
UK challenger banks Monzo, Revolut and Starling Bank are taking steps...
Three of the UK’s leading neobanks are stepping up to protect their staff and their customers from the spread of the coronavirus.
The UK financial services market is unprepared for working at home...
The UK financial services sector is not prepared for the majority of its staff working from home, according to a survey from workplace analytics firm Leesman.