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Is FinTech the New Black?

Digital innovation and more specifically the impact of fintech is currently the most intensely debated topic in the financial services sector. Two years ago hardly anyone outside the industry had heard of fintech. Now it’s the hottest investment class globally for VCs.
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Bangladesh: A rising tide: Mobile banking in Bangladesh

Bangladesh is one of the most populous in the world, with a population of approximately 158 million with 87% of households owns a mobile phone. Bangladesh’s large and highly mobile-equipped population sets the stage for an immense opportunity in the mobile banking space.
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New Zealand: Squirrel Money opens P2P secondary market

25 August 2016
Squirrel Money will be the first peer-to-peer lender to open up a secondary market for investors from next week.
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Australia: Battle for mobile-wallet access continues as ACCC turns down request for interim authorization

25 August 2016
In the latest development over the ongoing tension between Apple and a consortium of Australia’s largest banks, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has announced at this time, it is unable to provide authorisation for CBA, NAB, Westpac and Bendigo and Adelaide Bank to bargain collectively with Apple over access to the iPhone’s NFC chip.
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UK: The UK government caught up in Help-to-Buy ISA clause scandal

25 August 2016
The UK government has recently come under fire for its involvement in the Help-to-Buy ISA scandal. The Help-to-Buy scheme has been found to have misled thousands of first time home-buyers.
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LatAm: Peruvian BCP is chosen as the best bank in LatAm in 2016

25 August 2016
Banco de Credito del Peru was awarded Best Bank of Peru and Latin America, by Euromoney.
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LatAm: Another digital bank launched in Brazil

25 August 2016
After Nubank, Original Bank and Conta Um, Neon Bank is the newest Brazilian FinTech and it has promised to abolish fees and make life easier for consumers.
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