Banc of California, a $4 billion bank based in Irvine, Calif., is the largest win for nCino Inc. since the banking technology company released its latest version of its Bank Operating System in May.
What does a young person do today when he wants to choose a bank? He might check out what interest rates are offered on savings accounts or loans, or he might just want to know who has the coolest mobile app. We know one thing he won’t do — walk into the nearest branch to ask if the bank might be right for him.
Who needs fintech when you can have … (As seen on the wall of the recent Startupbootcamp hackathon in Utrecht, Netherlands, earlier this month.)
PayPal continues to boost parent company eBay. The San Jose, Calif.-based auction giant had a “challenging quarter,” due to the much-publicized security breaches earlier this year, but still beat earnings estimates, the company reported last night.
Wells Fargo & Co., which tends to launch standalone marketing sites more than the average bank, appears to have scored with its new Wells Fargo Works for Small Business website, launched last quarter.
USAA mobile app adds emergency alerts and auto loan refinancing to an already packed mobile application.
Sometimes innovation comes down to just getting it done, to paraphrase Sam Maule (#15 on this list.) The key to innovation lies not in technology or in processes, but in people moving the industry. In this, Bank Innovation‘s second annual “Innovators to Watch” list, we took a look at someRead More
The payments startup Paygel has won the first Dutch FinTech hackathon, it was announced yesterday. The hackathon, hosted by the Dutch bank Rabobank as well as the startup accelerator UtrechtInc, invited 15 teams to “develop a technical solution for next generation financing” in just 48 hours. After what we presumeRead More
Here is our list of innovators for 2014. Jeremy Allaire Niti Badarinath Robert Bell Brent Blum Eve Callahan Michael Dooijes Anthony Gallippi Will Graylin Matt Harris Miranda Hill Shamir Karkal Chris Larsen Bradley Leimer Dan Makoski David Marcus Sam Maule Dave McClure Scott McCormack Jim McKelvey Dorian Nakamoto Tom NoyesRead More
23. Tom Noyes, advisor/investor/entrepreneurLooking for a clear view cutting through the fog of rumors about Apple and payments? Try Tom Noyes. He has a strong track record of making the right call on NFC, HCE, and authentication. Noyes is a self-professed “payments geek” and his Finventures blog is the first stop ofRead More
16. Shamir Karkal, cofounder and CFO of Simple Simple is — or was — one of fintech’s prized startups. A branchless bank, Simple has managed to attract users and get them spending, reporting 13 debit transactions per minute back in 2013. Simple’s rise in popularity has been largely through wordRead More