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Fintech funding round-up: 23 June 2017
Good ideas can bring good money

More money flowing in our fintech funding round-up. Features Blockchain, Julia Computing and Mswipe Technologies.

Top fintech stories this week – 23 June 2017
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Catch up on Banking Technology’s top five fintech stories of the week – all in one place!

Greater Wyoming FCU outsources core, digital and cards tech to Fiserv

Greater Wyoming Federal Credit Union has ditched its incumbent core software provider for Fiserv. The credit union has implemented Fiserv’s Portico core processing and digital banking system on a hosted basis.

ECB to develop service for settlement of instant payments

The Governing Council of the European Central Bank (ECB) says it will develop a new service for the settlement of instant payments.

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Banking Technology June 2017 issue out now
Banking Technology June 2017

The latest edition of our flagship magazine – Banking Technology – is out now, packed with news, analysis and insights, case studies, research and expert commentary.

Industry Comment
Commercial banks join the retail revolution: three reasons to consider transformation
Rina Pandalai, SapientRazorfish

Long-term growth will require the commercial banking industry to embrace digital transformation in a way that benefits the institutions’ stakeholder base and satisfies the needs of its end-user clients. And here are three reasons why a commercial bank should consider transformation.

Bank to the future: five ways financial apps are changing banking
Ian McKenna, DigitalWealthInsights.com:

Less than half a year from now, PSD2 will revolutionise consumers’ access to their own financial information. In fintech hubs across Europe, bright young people are planning a consumer revolution. Their financial apps and tools are helping customers manage their money far more easily than they have before. Here are five important ways in which they are changing the face of banking.

PSD2 meets ISO 20022

How will service providers and banks implement ISO 20022 in the APIs being created for PSD2?

Why getting ready for real-time is a priority for Rabobank

When it comes to payments, the Netherlands, like its Scandinavian neighbours, is certainly one of the most advanced countries in the world. Banks and retailers have been working together for many years in an effort to decrease the amount of cash in circulation, working instead towards a “cleaner” and “safer” cashless environment.

Yes, (financial inclusion) minister?

In today’s seemingly financially connected world, where we can send money to one another via our smartphones, and manage our spending habits via apps, it’s pretty hard to believe that financial exclusion is still a reality in the UK. Yet, a shocking 1.7 million adults in the UK still don’t have access to financial services.

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