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Daily Fintech Series Roundup: Top Fintech News, Analytics and Insights

Daily Fintech Series Roundup: Top Fintech News, Analytics and Insights 1st March 2023

FTS Daily Roundup starts today! We are covering the top updates from around the world. The updates will feature state-of-the-art capabilities in Fintech insights, Trending fintech news, Crypto, Fintech SaaS, Fintech Cloud, Analytics and AI ML. We will cover the role of FTS Daily Roundup and its application in various industries and daily.

BankiFi and Financielle Launch Playbook Helping Business Owners Get Time Back

Manchester-based fintechs, BankiFi and Financielle have announced the joint launch of a new playbook for small-to-medium sized enterprises (SMEs), giving business owners back their most valuable asset – time.

Dynamic Yield Launches Element, Bringing the Power of Mastercard to Personalization

Dynamic Yield, a Mastercard company, unveiled Element, an exclusive suite of Mastercard applications and extensions integrated into Dynamic Yield’s Experience OS. As consumer demand for personalization continues to grow, brands must differentiate their approach to providing relevant experiences at scale.

Infinicept And LegitScript Provide Complete Merchant Risk Monitoring

A cooperation was just announced between LegitScript, the industry leader in website monitoring, product certification, and embedded payments, and Infinicept, a top provider of embedded payments, to provide comprehensive merchant monitoring capabilities.

70% of European Banks And Fintechs Will Invest In Financial Technology Over The Next 18 Months Despite The Downturn

The multi-award-winning fintech PR and marketing firm CCgroup released the results of its study on “How to influence fintech buyers,” which was based on a poll of significant banks and fintechs in five European markets. According to the study, 70% of European financial institutions anticipate raising their financial technology investments over the next 18 months, despite the fintech crisis and broader economic slowdown.

Driving Digital Payment in Africa: Zemen Bank and Netcetera Join Forces

Zemen Bank, a commercial bank based in Addis Ababa, wanted to offer easy online payments to its customers without compromising on security. The bank is known for its service excellence, innovation and pioneering new products and adopting new services. They wanted to engage with Netcetera, an experienced digital player with the right digital software to allow them to take off in the African payments market and offer customers a seamless online payment experience.

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