Fidor Bank is closer to its U.S. launch, but is still missing a critical piece to complete its services: a bank charter. Fidor began in Munich in 2007, and gained traction as a digital bank during and after the financial crisis. It has routinely been hailed as one of the mostRead More
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You know something is different when a bank, yes, a bank hosts its developer day events at the URL www.pirates-of-banking.com. There is but one bank that does so: Fidor Bank of Germany. Fidor has quickly become the poster child for the anti-bank bank, especially now that Simple has been swallowedRead More
This tweet by Marc Andreessen in February ignited a debate: @cdixon @JackGavigan @Kwdmiller @aweissman I am dying to fund a disruptive bank. Marc Andreessen (@pmarca) February 9, 2014 “Disruptive Bank” is a vague term and that maybe deliberate phrasing from Marc Andreesseen (he does not want to pre-empt the innovation out there that is working).Read More
SAN FRANCISCO — Bank Innovation awarded four companies with 2013 Bank Innovation Awards at the blog’s annual conference yesterday. The winners are: The Bancorp BBVA Fidor Bank SaverNation A panel of judges determined that the four companies went beyond the obvious to produce financial results or innovations of particular note, eitherRead More