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To underscore its vision of positioning Canada as a global hub in FinTech, The Digital Finance Institute and McCarthy Tetrault LLP have released a comprehensive report on the prospects of FinTech in Canada and 16 other countries.
A lot is happening at BAI as we live our mission to give financial services leaders the confidence to make smart decisions every day. One of the most exciting changes is the launch of BAI Beacon, a new immersive conference that will be unlike anything in the industry. (sponsored)
PayPal has announced that it has brought on Paul Parisi, a veteran within the payment space, as general manager of the company’s Canadian operations.
5,300 Wells Fargo employees fired for setting up 1.5 million fake accounts, issuing credit cards without customers consent
For years, Wells Fargo employees secretly issued credit cards without a customer’s consent. Who looks to capitalize on this big loss in the trust war between banks and FinTech startups?
The growing importance of the smartphone as the go-to computing device for every digital activity is having a profound effect everywhere you look, but it’s only the biggest story among many exciting developments in the world of payments.
Take a look at IDC’s list of the top 100 FinTech companies – including Canada’s DH Corporation and Celero – as well as the top 25 for Enterprise.
Following a similar agreement with Visa, PayPal has struck a deal with MasterCard that will help the e-commerce specialist step up its attack on the bricks-and mortar market.
Denise Thomas has never shied away from a challenge. It does not take more than a minute after meeting this woman to recognize how confident, impressive, smart, hard-working and fun she is. Nobody would mistake her success for luck.
Online lender Social Finance Inc. is pitching a new fundraising effort as it looks to buck a recent slump in the industry, according to people familiar with the matter.