Fasanara Fintech Weekly

UK Fintech Proves its Worth, Contactless Driving a Cashless Future, Quantum Computing & Other News




Happy Friday!



In this edition:


  • Soaring consumer demand sees UK fintech companies prove their worth

  • How fintech companies can attract the best talent

  • Mastercard bets on supply chain finance despite Greensill collapse

  • The fintech sentiment: is the £100 contactless limit a step towards a cashless society?

  • Quantum computing comes out of shadows into public markets.




 


Soaring consumer demand sees UK fintech companies prove their worth.



As UK consumers increase their trust in fintech apps, fintech companies need to ensure they can provide them the best service and security.

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How fintech companies can attract the best talent.



A revolution in work practices is opening up a wealth of new talent for UK fintech, writes Richard Arundel, co-founder and Chief Evangelist at Currencycloud.


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Mastercard bets on supply chain finance despite Greensill collapse.



US payments giant launches lending product with UK tech company Demica.

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The fintech sentiment: is the £100 contactless limit a step towards a cashless society?



The British Government has announced that they have approved the contactless limit being raised to £100 from 15 October 2021. In response to this news, Starling Bank immediately stated their plan to allow customers to choose their own contactless limit, citing consumer concerns and little demand for the change.


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Quantum computing comes out of shadows into public markets.



A clutch of impending IPOs marks a turning point for the technology.

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