Private banks are just beginning to play with robo advisors and artificial-intelligence tools.
The asset manager says 100 corporate clients are now using its robo for businesses, but are they paying retail fees?
Vox speaks with Pauline Wray and Ian Loh of BCG's Expand Research about RegTech and how financial institutions are trying to adopt solutions.
Velotrade wants to change P2P invoice markets by converting receivables into securities.
The bank’s global head of fintech, Olivier Guillaumond, sees an opportunity in securitization platforms.
Analyst Shaun Cochran explains why sovereign digital currencies are likely to become a reality, and what they’d replace.
The startup investment bank is joining a small coterie of digital players bringing traditional licensing to crypto.
And other challenges of implementing new tech, from blockchain to machine learning, told by I.T. architect Rob Palatnick.
Before the London financier acquired the insurer, founder Walter de Oude told DigFin his broader ambitions.
Standard Chartered's group chief information officer discusses the future of mobile banking.
Could a big-data insurance app earn the trust of mainland Chinese consumers, to the detriment of global insurers in Hong Kong?