The latest headlines on the impact of technology on the wealth management industry.
Unqork, a New York-based software company, raised an additional $51 million from backers including Goldman Sachs Group Inc. to accelerate a global expansion and move into new industries beyond insurance and financial services.
Rana Yared, a rising star who once was in charge of building out the crypto-trading operations at Goldman Sachs Group Inc., is leaving in the firm’s latest loss of senior tech talent.
After last year’s deluge of financial technology megadeals, investors wondered if the boom could continue into 2020. This week, Visa Inc.’s $5.3 billion acquisition of Plaid Inc. offered an answer: Yes.
Bank of America’s corporate clients want to make payments the same way they handle their personal money — by mobile phone.
Robinhood Markets Inc. is once again getting unwanted scrutiny in Washington after some of the brokerage’s customers took advantage of a flaw that allowed them to make highly leveraged trades without putting down enough cash to back the transactions.
A glitch in the Robinhood Markets Inc. system is allowing users to trade stocks with excess borrowed funds, giving them access to what amounts to free money.
U.S. Bancorp is eliminating thousands of branch workers as it adjusts to changing customer preferences, according to a person briefed on the decision.
Robinhood Markets Inc. is giving banking another shot, 10 months after its first attempt at a checking and savings product flamed out in spectacular fashion.
Neighborly, a startup that once sought to upend the way securities are sold in the $3.8 trillion municipal-bond market, idled its employees after an unsuccessful effort to raise money to stay afloat, according to a memo obtained by Bloomberg News.
(Bloomberg) — TransferWise Ltd., one of Europe’s largest financial technology startups, said its revenues grew by more than half in…
A Russian hacker admitted Monday that he executed the largest known cyber-attack against a U.S. bank, pleading guilty to charges that he stole data on more than 80 million clients of JPMorgan Chase & Co. and other institutions that netted hundreds of millions of dollars in ill-gotten gains.