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Taking the bull by the horns. We absolutely loved the statue that Wall Street fund manager State Street installed as part of International Women’s Day. A bronze girl faces the bull of Wall Street as part of a campaign to encourage companies to put more women on their boards. FinTech Insider co-host Simon Taylor saw a second message in the symbolism: State Street will protect your money, standing up to the scary market without fear. Another best-in-class example of good marketing this week: the customer communications that came out of the FinTech firms’ outage. Monzo, Loot, and other companies got a thumbs up from customers for the transparent way they managed the issue. Hear all about this and more on this week’s FinTech Insider News.
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In the news this week
- City A.M. – More than half a dozen fintech firms hit by outage – Link
- Coindesk – Dubai Claims title of world capital of blockchain and DLT link
- Coin Desk – Texas lawmaker proposes constitutional right to own bitcoin – Link
- Business Insider – The US government is defending its FinTech charter – Link
- Reuters – Canadian regulator says open data essential to fintech – Link
- FT – China overtakes eurozone as world’s biggest bank system – Link
- Forbes – The effect of travel bans on FinTech – Link
- Wired – UK banks fund £5m FinTech prize to build apps for small businesses – Link
- Entrepreneur – How FinTech and payments innovations will disrupt global ecommerce – Link
- Reuters – On Women’s Day eve, statue of girl stares down Wall Street bull – Link
- Business Insider – The 9 best paying jobs in British FinTech Link
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