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Trulioo names Leigh Ramsden new CFO (BETAKIT)
Global identity verification startup Trulioo has tapped Leigh Ramsden as its new chief financial officer.
Cleantech superhero Ed Quilty fell into the business of saving lives through water monitoring. After losing the University internship he wanted, he turned a closed door into an unlimited window of opportunity.
On the #CIBCInnovationEconomy podcast series, we learn how, and why that’s the same advice he gives his employees today.
In its 39-page order, the CCI said Google’s agreements with some smartphone makers to have the Google Pay app pre-installed might “disturb the level playing field” and should be investigated.
Montréal payment solutions company Nuvei saw a quarter of growth as it went public, increasing revenue by 32 percent YoY for the third quarter of 2020.
How private is my pay app? (THE MARKUP)
The pandemic has more people using apps like Venmo and PayPal. But not all pay apps treat data privacy equally.
Thinking Capital acquires FinTech startup Ario to better support SMB recovery during the pandemic (BETAKIT)
Thinking Capital said the acquisition of Ario will help it better support Canadian small businesses and their recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The battle between challenger and incumbent banks continues (FINTECH MAGAZINE)
A new report published by banking software company Temenos concludes that no clear victor in the ongoing ‘battle of the banks’ has emerged.
Payments Canada has selected Mastercard-owned Vocalink to be one of the providers for the country’s new real-time payments system, the Real-Time Rail.
China’s President Xi Jinping personally scuttled Jack Ma’s Ant IPO (WALL STREET JOURNAL)
The rebuke was the culmination of years of tense relations between China’s most celebrated entrepreneur and a government uneasy about his influence and the rapid growth of the digital-payments behemoth he controlled.
Leaders from Willful, Doxim, Soapbox, and Drop provide their perspective on the new ways of working for Canadian tech – remote, in-office, and hybrid.
The Maryland-based platform, founded in 2015, enables users to manage their personal finances and improve their financial health.
Bridgit COO Lauren Lake shares more about Bridgit’s founding story and how the company discovered its niche on the #CIBCInnovationEconomy podcast.