The exchange, founded by a bitcoin pioneer in 2014, is facilitating more than $50 million worth of transactions each month, as the “gold rush” in blockchain-based assets takes hold.
The subprime auto lender funded loans through a group of car dealers that it knew had track records of high default rates and fraud, authorities in Massachusetts and Delaware said.
Exchange’s refusal to budge on EU competition concerns may show where it wants to be
Technology innovation and the level of consumer understanding about fintech options are critical missing pieces of Community Reinvestment Act policy.
New York State Department of Financial Services Superintendent Maria T. Vullo speaks out on cybersecurity regulation, cracking down on bad actors in the industry and the OCC’s fintech charter.
Death of potential European champion forces both exchanges to re-evaluate goals
Investment group reports 79.4% fall in full-year profits following bumper 2015
The U.S. Supreme Court ordered closer scrutiny of a New York law that bars merchants from imposing surcharges on credit card purchases, giving a group of retailers a partial victory by saying the measure might violate their free-speech rights.
James Lockhart is set to join the New Jersey company’s board. He will replace Wilbur Ross, who have to resign after becoming Commerce secretary.
Finantix, an established provider of sales and advisory software for financial services, announced today that Rothschild Bank AG has chosen Finantix to support its growing advisory business. The Finantix digital suite of components and engines will empower Rothschild Bank AG’s client advisers…