" class="no-js "lang="en-US"> Fintech Finance Presents: The Fintech Magazine Issue 20
Sunday, February 25, 2024

Fintech Finance Presents: The Fintech Magazine Issue 20

It’s the fifth birthday of The Fintech Magazine this summer (whoop, whoop!) and, looking back, we seem to have been putting the case for fintech/banking partnerships in every edition since we first brought our ball onto the publishing pitch. 

But there’s definitely been a sea change in attitudes of late; a maturity in thinking on all sides, which is touched on by virtually everyone in our section on managing innovation.

There’s plenty to ponder in this issue. Having had it brought home to us by various existential crises – notably a pandemic and the ongoing climate change challenge – that we’re all in this together. Shareholders, directors and customers of technology companies and  banks are looking for a more collaborative approach; as Maybank and Bottomline reveal how Asia’s approach to standardisation and interoperability is turning the tide for customer payment experience on page 63 and on page 30, YTS and Zilverline say Open banking is beginning to transform the back office for SMEs, but providers need to get their messaging straight.

Our last spine tingler, ‘Banking establishments are more dangerous than standing armies’, was a quote from Thomas Jefferson.

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In this edition, we feature… drum roll…

  • Mike Cowan, Mastercard
  • Edward Ireland, Bottomline
  • Jon Levine, Banking Circle
  • Jukka Yliuntinen, Giesecke+Devrient
  • Richard Harris, Feedzai
  • Jamie Campbell, Fronted
  • Leon Muis, YTS
  • …and many more!


  1. Quaint Oak Bank Selects Finzly to Modernize Payments and Enable its Embedded Banking Practice Read more
  2. Fabrick Closes 2023 With A 14.5% Revenue Increase To €54.7 Million And Integrates Subsidiary Axerve To Enhance Payment Services Efficiency Read more
  3. Grifin launches Adaptive Investing™ to fulfill the promise of “democratizing” investments Read more
  4. Lloyds Bank forges UK’s first trade digitalisation partnership with WaveBL Read more
  5. DKK Partners secures initial approval from the Virtual Assets Regulatory Authority of Dubai Read more