Chase Bank chasing mobile market with ATM move
The future is now, tappity tap.
The future is now, tappity tap.
Finn by Chase is designed for millennials in the US.
Also announces strong Q1 financial results.
Application filed with the US Patent and Trademark Office.
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US-based Financial Solutions Lab is looking for diverse range of applications for fourth innovation challenge.
2017 saw more acquisitions by top US banks than any other year.
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Includes 400 new branches, 4,000 jobs and an increase in staff wages across the US.
Having finalised its acquisition of WePay, JP Morgan Chase announced that it has already put the payments platform to work: powering commerce platform Volusion, reports Finovate (Banking Technology’s sister company).
JP Morgan Chase has launched its new mobile banking app, Finn. Designed for millennials, Finn will allow customers to open a bank account, make deposits, track spending and set up a saving plan.
Business payments network Bill.com has updated the news regarding the $100 million in funding it landed last month. The round was lead by JP Morgan Chase and Temasek.
JP Morgan Chase has teamed with Bill.com, the largest digital business-to-business (B2B) payments network in the US, for its new paytech platform. This B2B solution, to be rolled out next year, will be integrated into Chase’s digital platform for businesses, used for online and mobile solutions. Andrew Kresse, CEO of business banking at JP Morgan […]
Arguments, exchanges and something getting launched. It’s our blockchain and Bitcoin round-up. Features JP Morgan Chase, the Financial Services Agency of Japan and Wish Finance. There will be blood. Sort of. JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon got plenty of attention with his scepticism and criticism of Bitcoin – calling it a “fraud”. Using the […]
Since 2012, the top ten US banks (by assets under management) have participated in 72 rounds totaling $3.6 billion to 56 fintech companies, according to CB Insights. While investment activity dropped on a quarterly basis in Q1 2017, four of the last five quarters have seen over $1 billion invested into fintech start-ups in the US backed by venture capital firms.
JP Morgan Chase is more than halfway through its five-year $30 million commitment to start-up innovation in its partnership with Centre for Financial Services Innovation’s (CFSI) FinLab, reports Finovate (Banking Technology’s sister company). Each of the past three years, fintech start-ups have been invited to apply to the accelerator which is focused on finding financial solutions for low- and […]
Data aggregation provider Finicity has signed an agreement with JP Morgan Chase to let the bank’s customers choose data to share with apps. The companies will use a direct API to allow Chase customers to share information with the apps and services that Finicity supports. According to the firms, this tokenised access will eliminate the […]
KeyBank, Fifth Third Bank and JP Morgan Chase are funding and backing a new Ohio-based accelerator, Fintech71 – a nod to the cross-state highway I-71 connecting Ohio via its three largest cities, Cincinnati, Columbus and Cleveland. The accelerator will focus on growing entrepreneurial activity in Ohio and offer mentor and partnership options. Finalist teams will […]