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BMO, Bank of Nova Scotia, CIBC, Desjardins, RBC, and TD participated in the funding round and are teaming up with SecureKey on the rollout. Newly-returned CEO Greg Wolfond says that Canada’s strict FinTech regulations make it the best place to build their next product.
The hybrid fund is a result of a corporate partnership between Power Financial, IGM Financial, and Great-West Lifeco.
Will the technology ever be integrated into our world’s mainstream economy? Whose vision will prevail, Wall Street or Silicon Valley? [video]
KPMG claims that by 2030, banks and banking will be hidden by Siri-like personal assistants that cull data from our connected lives to fulfil daily personal and financial obligations.
GROW CEO Kevin Sandhu explains how the next evolution of FinTech will benefit customers globally.
EI asked CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief readers what aspect of FinTech they believe has the potential to most transform the finance sector as we know it.
Thinking Capital introduced “Lucy”, an AI-powered virtual banking assistant developed by Vancouver-based Finn.ai that provides customers with 24/7 support through Facebook Messenger.
Visa is working with blockchain outfit Chain on the development of a near real-time funds transfer system for high value bank-to-bank and corporate payments.
Whatever keeps people safest leads to the lowest claims — and the happiest people. Insurance technology is getting very popular among founders and investors, yet, as a category, is little understood.
63 percent of Canadians use cash to complete a transaction at least once a week. This is down five percent from 2015, which represents the greatest decline in the traditional payment methods over the past year.