Top Fintech News Stories for March 24, 2021

Here are the most read news stories from our daily newsletter today:

  • Robinhood files confidentially to go public – TechCrunch
  • Buy Now, Pay Later Loans Are Surging, But Are They Right For You? – Forbes
  • New York Regulator Finds No Fair Lending Violations on Apple Card Applications – The Wall Street Journal
  • The fintech partnership helping Sterling Bancorp reach kids – American Banker
  • Is Everything Bankers Think They Know About Millennials & Gen Z Wrong? – The Financial Brand
  • Jumio scoops $150m as regtech sector hots up – AltFi
  • Novo expands products, welcomes surge in users from Azlo – Banking Dive
  • Fed Chair Jerome Powell Cautions that Bitcoin Investments and Trading Pose Major Risks, Not Suitable for Payments or Store of Value – Crowdfund Insider
  • 10 ways to make investing more inclusive – American Banker
  • NFTs and payments: A frontier with lots of promise—and risk – American Banker

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