Dave and Jame discuss the strategy at India's biggest fintech company.
Paytm, India’s digital wallet and e-commerce giant, officially launched a bank and is in the process of on-boarding tens of millions of customers.
Large state-owned banks in China feel compelled to do deals with leading internet companies such as Alibaba and Tencent.
The startup hopes banks will want to join its network if it gains scale among remittance wallets.
White papers by the Financial Services Development Council, a think tank-slash-advisory body, argues for blockchain.
China Rapid Finance accepted a hefty, nearly 40% discount on its Nasdaq listing. Win or setback?
Baasis wants to match its bank partner to a slew of fintech companies. Can this create a new pan-Asia digital banking model?
Relationships in the new API economy between fintechs and banks are not yet settled.
As banks quicken the pace of digital product development, the biggest institutions have the private network to keep cloud in-house.
R3, a DLT consortium of financial institutions, intends to move away from a single flat fee for its members.