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Simple: ‘The biggest challenge is overcoming people’s apathy'

February 25 · Issue #123 · View online
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Faster payments doesn’t necessarily mean more security; if anything, they’re an opportunity for fraudsters to exploit mobile payments, which don’t have as much of a clearing period. Here’s why.
BankMobile has launched a content marketing website called Paradigm Money to help customers navigate personal finance. The site, which launched this month, includes news, opinion pieces, interviews and advice.
2018 may be the year startup banks make inroads into the U.S. market. While interest in building true challenger banks is growing, there are still hurdles.
like binge watching and sweatpants, Simple is marketing comfort
like binge watching and sweatpants, Simple is marketing comfort
Fintech companies have an opportunity to build products that sell themselves and let marketing play a supportive role. Simple is re-introducing itself through an ad campaign its been running on billboards and subway ads in various U.S. cities.
Fintech companies have been trying to change the model by shifting the focus from their existing and target millennial customers to the next generation: their kids. Financial education is the first step.
Digital banking is about more than AI or chatbots. It’s about digitizing the entire organization behind the app. How Capital One is rethinking its approach to products.
Banking startups can’t be everything to everyone; they need to focus on a particular customer segment. Building off an existing customer base from other business lines like lending gives newcomers a head start.
What we're reading
WhatsApp to go ahead with ‘full feature’ money transfer service in India
Amazon plans to open as many as six more cashierless Amazon Go stores this year
America isn’t far off from China’s 'social credit score’
NY Fed finds fintech mortgages quicker, less risky than bank loans
JPMorgan glitch gave customers access to others’ online accounts
What the Chase Sapphire Reserve creator looks for when hiring
Someone is wrong on the internet, consumer financial regulation edition
Out with the old building, in with the new for JPMorgan Chase
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