According to the Financial Times, “Some of the world’s biggest banks have spent billions of dollars settling corruption allegations with justice authorities in recent years. HSBC paid nearly $2bn and BNP Paribas nearly $9bn to the US authorities over accusations … READ MORECOMMENTS [ 0 ]
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“If no one seems to understand, start your own revolution and cut out the middleman.”
“I’m not even sure what I want, but that’s not the point – it’s that I want it now.”
“Whenever the old gives way to the new, everybody with vested interests in the old starts crying that the world will stop. There aren’t many people with vested interests in the new.”
“The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.”
“All you need in this life is ignorance and confidence, and then success is sure.”
I may go back to running marathons, now that they don't take nearly as long as they used to.
A true story: I was in Twitter jail, my account suspended and locked.
I had no idea why. My tweets did not violate even the loosest interpretation of the Twitter rules.
It turns out that Twitter locked my account because I refused to give them my phone number.
Customer acquisition costs remain stubbornly high at UK robo-advisor @thenutmegteam: https://t.co/Zf0xKBbu4X Marketing efficiency is always going to be the challenge for any B2C #FinTech.
This is what a cashless future looks like. #FinTech
From a dead phone battery to a £500 fine, criminal prosecution and £1k lost in cancelled work trip/holiday - this @jemimajoanna story is NUTS https://t.co/iXQQICX1vv
A must read:
Taking Stock Of FinTech Startups: Major Disruptors Or Mere Distractions?
#banking #fintech #finserv
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