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Inside Chase's 10-person newsroom

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February 5 · Issue #68 · View online
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While you were paying attention to whatever controversy was cooked up this past week, you may have missed our announcement that we hired two majorly talented journalists to our coverage of finance and technology. 
That’s good, because it means we are continuing to improve our honest discussion of the impact technology is having on the financial industry. We were recently voted finalists as best journalists in fintech by the Lendit Conference.
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Retailers struggle with mobile payments
Apple, Google, and Samsung have made major investments in payments. Large banks,too. Everyone’s hankering to making retail payments faster and safer – except retailers.
Inside Chase's 10-person newsroom
Forget Forbes. Go to Chase.com
Banks are creating in-house financial news with the hope consumers will forgo that click to Forbes or Yahoo Finance and instead spend more time reading personal finance articles on their own websites. Here’s an inside view into Chase’s newsroom
WTF is proptech?
There are billions of investment dollars flowing to new technologies targeting the real estate industry. From new online financing options to property management tools, proptech is poised to change the way we buy, sell, and manage real estate.
Trulioo’s Stephen Ufford: Regtech is sexy
Trulioo's Ufford: Enabling financial inclusion is a noble pursuit
Far from just preventing financial firms from straying too far afield, regulatory technology can be an enabler, incorporating billions of new people into the global financial system. On the Tradestreaming Podcast, we talk to Trulioo’s Stephen Ufford about why he thinks regtech is the sexiest part of fintech.
How to get more customers out of the branch
Customers need help migrating to mobile banking
Mobile banking adoption is plateauing and banks are looking for new ways to get people out of their high cost branches. Here are three technologies to help get the rest of the population using technology channels.
Fintech cashflows
  • Atom Bank raises further £100 million
  • Online real estate agent Knock secures $32.5 million
  • NYCA Partners closes $125 million fintech fund
  • The Zhong An IPO in China could be the Netscape moment for InsurTech
What we're reading
  • Federal Reserve staffer fined for mining Bitcoin at work (CoinDesk)
  • Wealthfront’s big bet on automated financial planning (Wealth Management)
  • SoFi buys into online banking with Zenbanx (San Francisco Business Journal)
  • ApplePay’s 500% growth spurt (Tom Noyes)
  • Big data is a big part of TD’s fintech strategy for 2017 (InvestmentNews)
  • Goldman CIO touts new consumer lending business as ‘fintech startup’ (SearchCIO)
  • Wealthfront’s big bet on automated financial planning (Wealth Management)
  • H&R Block is now using IBM Watson to find tax deductions (TechCrunch)
  • Paris wants a slice of the London fintech pie (Bloomberg)
  • A fintech tries to shake up student loans (Economist)
  • Four ways the connected car will change banking (American Banker)
  • Smart SMB bank Tide launches with bags of features (TechCrunch)
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