FinTrack: September 2019

Every month, FinTrack showcases the latest innovations from financial services providers around the world. Each innovation is assessed and rated on key criteria, providing you with valuable insight.

The provision of financial services is constantly evolving, with new technology having a particularly significant impact. Innovations such as digital delivery, AI, biometrics, and robo-advice are enabling providers around the world to offer new and improved services to customers that will improve the way they manage their finances. The growing availability of these technologies is also making it easier than ever for new entrants to develop their own propositions and challenge the established providers.

Scope

– Amazon to introduce new biometric payment solution.

– Tesla launches in-house motor insurance.

– Tala aims to give billions of consumers a credit score.

Reasons to buy

– Keep up to date with the latest innovations from your competitors.

– Develop cutting-edge product and channel strategies.

– Identify the latest trends in the delivery of financial services.

Companies mentioned

RHB

Amazon

Tesla

Vitality

AIA

Singlife

Tala

Yes Bank

Centier Bank

Swissquote

Nutmeg

Vanguard

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Consumer Payments

RHB introduces dynamic credit card CVV for extra security

Amazon to introduce new biometric payment solution

Insurance

Singlife launches everyday account with life insurance cover

Tesla launches in-house motor insurance

Vitality and AIA team up for sleep initiative

Retail Banking

Tala aims to give billions of consumers a credit score

Yes Bank updates chatbot to enable loan applications

Centier Bank launches gamified savings account

Wealth Management

Swissquote introduces cryptocurrency investments

Nutmeg now accepts Google Pay and Apple Pay

Vanguard set to launch another robo-advisor

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