(Reuters) - Asia's internet firms are challenging the region's traditional banks for consumer finances, tapping their massive user networks for business and following a trail blazed in China by tech giants
Digital bank N26 has been ordered to improve its fraud response times after a customer complained that €80,000 (£68,000) was stolen from their account. The mobile bank is one of Europe’s leading financial
Lead Bank, a community lender in Kansas City, Mo., wanted to offer the payments app Zelle to its customers. But it had a problem. A company called Fiserv Inc., which provides much of the bank’s underlying
Digital banking has put smaller lenders at risk of a run on their deposits that could spread across the financial system, despite changes meant to avoid further UK bailouts, a government report has warned.