Are Britain's Fintech Bridges Any Good? Our Answer in the Sunday Times
One of our own, Eyal Nachum, had some choice words about Britain's fintech bridges for the Sunday Times' Raconteur supplement. “The UK is Europe’s fintech powerhouse. It’s hard to compete with this kind of force” - but is it making the best of its global partnerships? We think it could do much better.
Bruc Bond sees business and product development as a constant evolution. It is the product manager’s responsibility to direct product evolution in a way that is realistic and beneficial. Take a sneak peek at how we grow our service for you.
The world of payments is always evolving. New technologies disrupt old ways of doing things, new entrants gobble up market share, and a changing regulatory landscape forces adjustment and innovation. Here we take a look at some of the developments in the global payments industry and how they’re likely to play out in 2020.
The biggest trends in the financial world are about interconnections and cooperation. Europe's Payment Services Directive (PSD) 2.0 is designed to achieve just that - greater cooperation between financial institutions to the benefit of the consumer. Reshaping the industry to have more successful dialogue can only aide in these aims, and female leaders are just what the industry needs to achieve them.
Refugees and migrants are now an integral part of European society and to integrate, must be given basic banking services. If that doesn’t happen, then other social problems will be created as a result.