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Insurtech Connect y Laif premian a la insurtech mas innovadora de América Latina

Insurtech Connect y Laif premian a la insurtech mas innovadora de América Latina

   InsureTech Connect (ITC) y el Fondo Latin America Insurance Fund (LAIF) se enorgullecen de anunciar el lanzamiento del Premio ITC-LAIF, un prestigioso reconocimiento para...

Fintech´s arrival on the financial scene – IE Law School

Financial markets are constantly evolving. In fact, over the last few years, new figures have arisen that challenge the way we’ve previously viewed financial...

INSHUR closes $7M in Series A funding and a $2M credit facility

New York, Brighton (UK):  Following a record year of growth for the insurtech business, INSHUR has today confirmed it has closed a Series A...

CoverWallet Launches Cutting-Edge InsurTech Platform for Commercial Insurance Exclusively for Agents

NEW YORK, December 4, 2018 — CoverWallet, the leading insurtech company that makes it easy for small businesses to understand, buy, and manage insurance...

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How the financial industry is affected by AI and ML

How the financial industry is affected by AI and ML

Five banking areas have been disrupted by AI. Chatbots improve the customer experience. AI can detect fraud before it happens. AI can predict...
CapitalBay to launch P2P Financing Platform that Provides Supply Chain Financing to Businesses

CapitalBay to launch P2P Financing Platform that Provides Supply Chain Financing to Businesses

CapitalBay Receives Approval to Operate P2P Financing Platform KUALA LUMPUR, 17 May - CapitalBay, an award-winning Malaysian multi-bank supply chain finance platform has received...
Top Banks ‘Investing $50 Million’ to Build Blockchain Settlement System

Top Banks ‘Investing $50 Million’ to Build Blockchain Settlement System

Yogita Khatri Some of the world’s biggest banks are said to be investing around $50 million to build a blockchain-based digital cash settlement system. A Reuters report on...