The CEO of Lighter Capital, Melissa Widner, explains how revenue-based financing works, what types of companies it works best for and how Lighter Capital has become a market leader.
Swift announced today that the European Payment Council's awkwardly named One-Leg-Out Instant Credit Transfer scheme (OCT Inst) went live this week and it enables payments to and from Europe to be processed 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Apple has indeed decided to move on from Goldman in roughly 12 to 15 months. This will mean both the Apple Card and the savings account (that was rolled out just a few months ago) will need a new banking partn
Every quarter TransUnion releases its Credit Industry Insights Report. Their latest issue, released earlier this month, has some very interesting data.
Bhardwaj had reportedly held senior technology positions at various large banks including Citi, Fifth Third and Huntington. The trouble is those banks had no records of Bhardwaj ever being an employee let alone a senior technology executive.
The CEO and Co-Founder of Stratyfy, Laura Kornhauser, discusses how advanced AI underwriting models are now becoming more widespread in the banking system.
The OpenAI story was eclipsed yesterday by monumental news in the world of crypto. The world's largest crypto exchange, Binance, has agreed to pay $4.3 billion in fines to the U.S. government for violating anti-money-laundering requirements.
Yesterday, the SEC announced that it is suing Kraken for operating as an unregistered securities exchange. This follows similar actions in June against the two largest crypto exchanges, Coinbase and Binance.
In this episode we talk with Jacob Haar, founder of CIM, on why there is still so much opportunity for debt investing in underserved markets
The American Fintech Council Policy Summit in Washington DC brought together fintech, banking and government leaders for a full day of learning and networking.