The latest headlines on the impact of technology on the wealth management industry.
The Winklevoss brothers say they have a solution for one of the dilemmas faced by cryptocurrency investors: Keeping digital coins protected against theft versus maintaining quick access for trading.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. is making another bet on a Latin American financial-technology startup, providing a secured credit facility of as much as $100 million to Mexico’s Konfio Ltd.
Stripe Inc. became one of the most valuable financial-technology startups by helping businesses accept online payments. Now it’s getting into lending.
Fewer people have been sending Bitcoin to major exchanges in recent months, according to crypto data tracker TokenAnalyst.
Going by the mainstream business press, you’d think the big stories of 2019 in cryptocurrencies are the quadrupling of the price of Bitcoin and a shift by big institutions such as JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Facebook Inc. from the blockchain-not-bitcoin model popular from 2014 to 2018 to bitcoin-with-training-wheels.
A Berlin-based fintech company backed by Goldman Sachs Group Inc. is acquiring one of its crosstown rivals as it tries to capitalize on the 12 trillion euros ($13.3 trillion) pension and retirement savings market in Europe.
Jeffrey Wang, who used to run foreign exchange spot and derivatives trading for Asia at Morgan Stanley, has joined a cryptocurrency firm run by his former colleagues, part of a growing cohort of ex-Wall Streeters taking a shot in the volatile world of digital assets.
Apple Inc. on Tuesday made its credit card with Goldman Sachs available to all U.S. customers.
AdvicePay, Michael Kitces and Alan Moore’s fintech offering, has inked deals with Cetera Financial Group, Private Advisor Group, Ladenburg Thalmann and Ameritas.