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Wall Street spent years watching the cloud drift by. Then came coronavirus.

  • protocol
  • 1 month ago
  • For many financial services companies the danger of relying on outdated tech infrastructure might become so clear that they accelerate the messy process of modernizing the old but critical applications that move money around the world.
  • The tech powering the finance industry has fared better than that of local and state governments during the crisis, but like those governments, many companies rely far too heavily on mainframes and software designed before the web, let alone the smartphone.
  • For a variety of reasons, from technical to regulatory, financial services firms dragged their heels through much of the last decade as cloud computing matured into a solid foundation for all types of businesses.
Wall Street spent years watching the cloud drift by. Then came coronavirus.

Fidelity, the Clearing House launch personal data startup

  • PYMNTS.com
  • 3 months ago
  • The parent company of Fidelity Investments, FMR LLC, is launching an independent personal data startup called Akoya in conjunction with The Clearing House (TCH) and 11 of its member banks.
  • The Akoya platform taps an application programming interface (API) network for a secure, transparent inroad consumers can use when giving third-party financial apps access to their personal financial data.
  • Available to all sectors of the financial services industry, the network serves as a bridge between financial institutions and data recipients.
  • Akoya’s API is affiliated with the Financial Data Exchange (FDX) standard, which is tasked with advancing API standards to improve both security and convenience.
Fidelity, the Clearing House launch personal data startup

Ramp, a Brex and Amex rival, raises $25 million for a new corporate card

  • Fortune
  • 3 months ago
  • Ramp, a New York-based fintech firm whose founders sold their last venture to Capital One, has raised $25 million and signed up nearly 100 businesses to its card, the company announced Wednesday.
  • Ramp declined to disclose its valuation, but Keith Rabois, a partner at Founders Fund who invested in the company and now sits on its board, said the number is well below $1 billion. The startup's investors also include BoxGroup, Coatue and Conversion Capital, among others.
  • Even before its official launch this week, Ramp had been compared to Brex, a hot Silicon Valley corporate card startup that, in less than two years of existence, achieved a valuation of $2.6 billion last year.
  • What sets Ramp apart from its competitors is that it's designed to help card holders save money—they claim to have helped customers spend an average of 2% less so far (savings of as much as $250,000 for one company), using technology to identify "wasteful spending."
Ramp, a Brex and Amex rival, raises $25 million for a new corporate card

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