The problems at Lending Club, a leading P2P company, raises a larger issue: What's the future of the fintech industry. Will it replace the traditional financial services sector as we know it or reshape it by providing better technical solutions?
What is fintech? Over the last year, as I have followed the subject through reading, attending conferences, and speaking with experts in the field, my answer to the question seems to have evolved.
What will 2016 look like for the US wealth management sector? We asked April Rudin, founder and president of The Rudin Group, to share her predictions and analysis.
One of the main takeaways from a career panel we cohosted with several CFA societies this spring was "do not work for a bank." Judging from the recent announcements out of some of the largest European banks, the warning seems eerily accurate and timely.
Last year I reported on an interesting firm, Thinknum, and its innovative new business model. The company makes sophisticated financial models available to everyone on an open, distributed computing platform. It is one of a handful of firms at the cutting edge, and I felt it was time for a check in with Thinknum’s co-founders, Justin Zhen and Gregory Ugwi.
A panel of financial social media influencers and startup founders discussed the current state of social investing, as part of New York Social Media Week. Here are some highlights from the event.
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