Top Fintech News Stories for October 26, 2020:

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

  • Introducing Access Denied: Systemic racism in financial services – American Banker
  • The difference between cloud-based and cloud-native – The Finanser
  • Card companies, surprised by low write-offs, seek new customers – American Banker
  • Customers have turned cautious and banks are getting pinched – American Banker
  • AI Innovation in Banking Is on the Threshold of Significant Advances – The Financial Brand
  • Lack Of Competition In Bank Tech Is Costing Consumers – Forbes
  • Amex’s recipe for small-business lending: Heavy on the Kabbage – American Banker
  • Why so low? Fintech continues to see lack of female founders – FinLedger
  • Fed, Fincen look to require banks to hold more data on transfers – American Banker
  • Financial Services Professionals Say Lending Sector to Take A Year or Longer to Recover to Pre-COVID Levels: Survey – Crowdfund Insider

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