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UBS and Credit Suisse launch fintech accelerator

By Finextra

The two largest Swiss banks UBS and Credit Suisse, are partnering with Swisscom, Swiss Life and Ernst & Young to launch a fintech accelerator with an international target audience. (more…)

Banks, Deals, Fintech news, Global trends

March 24, 2016

Digital money, negative rates as Gosplan 2.0

By Izabella Kaminska for Finantial Times,

UBS’s Paul Donovan offered some thoughts earlier this week on the unintended consequences of negative rate regimes, which — whilst interesting — stimulated a different thought in us related to data. (more…)

Banks, Fintech news

February 5, 2016


Big Banks Flock To London’s Financial Start-up Hub

An article about the largest European fintech incubator hosting over 173 (!) companies. Major banks, for example, UBS, and technology vendors IBM and Microsoft collaborate with the incubator. Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has just moved into one building with Level39 (more…)

Fintech news, news

May 20, 2015


Danish Shops To Be Given Right To Refuse Cash

FINEXTRA: Denmark’s government is planning to help usher in the long-awaited cashless society by giving restaurants, gas stations and some shops the option to refuse notes and coins. Read more (more…)

Fintech news, news, p2p-payments

May 7, 2015


UBS to Open Blockchain Research Lab in London

The Wall Street Journal: Swiss banking giant UBS is to open a technology lab in London to explore how blockchain technology can be used in financial services. The lab, set to open this month and occupy a dozen desks at Canary Wharf-based fintech accelerator space Level39 – a hub in London for financial technology startups– will bring together technology experts from the bank and the wider fintech community, UBS said. (more…)

Cryptocurrencies, Fintech news, news

April 2, 2015