OnDeck Capital Inc. is keeping up with its “hybrid” funding model to withstand the rockiness of marketplace lending, COO James Hobson said. In its latest earnings report, the lender said that only 15% of its originations were funded through marketplace lending, compared with 35% to 45% in the fourth quarter ofRead More
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Which CEOs are making the most in financial services? King of the Comp was Frank J. Bisignano, the CEO of First Data, who pulled in nearly $52 million of total compensation last year, a whopping 454% year-over-year increase, according to new data from Equilar provided to The New York Times*.Read More
There are more companies advertising financial services during Super Bowl 50 than companies advertising beer. Ok, that may be because Budweiser bought the exclusive “beer rights” to the game, and there may be more Budweiser ads in total than financial services ads, but, still, this year marks a step upRead More
Which are the greatest iPhone apps of all time? Even asking the question seems daunting. But that’s exactly the question Mashable posed — in truth, it upped the ante on that question. Specifically, it aimed to identify the 100 greatest iPhone apps of all time. It pursued this question withRead More
Four leading financial services companies have signed on as sponsors of Bank Innovation Israel. Accenture, Intuit, KPMG and Xignite will all participate in the event as sponsors. The sponsorships are a major vote of confidence for the first-year event, which will take place November 10-11 in Tel Aviv. “We at KPMGRead More
Intuit has creating a deal with LendingClub Corp. to market Intuit’s TurboTax seasonal service to LendingClub’s contacts. The deal resulted in an email marketing effort delivered on Jan. 30. It is not clear whether there will be additional marketing by LendingClub for TurboTax this tax season. The LendingClub solicitation offers consumersRead More
Blue 56 … Omaha … Set, hut. And the great Super Advertising Bowl is underway. Financial services marketers don’t generally view the Super Bowl in the same must-advertise way as, say, beer makers, but there are still some industry companies that will spend the $4.5 million to hawk their wares during theRead More
Intuit, purveyor of QuickBooks and Mint, among many other ventures, quietly released its vision for a banking-enabled watch a few weeks ago. How quietly? Try the video that demos its vision from its Intuit Labs skunk-works unit had 25, yes 25, views as of this morning. That the demo video features noneRead More
Mint announced yesterday that its app had been updated and that it had added bill pay. In a separate app. You may recognize the new app, called Mint Bills, because it is better known as Check, formerly PageOnce. Intuit, which bought Mint for $170 million in 2009, bought Check forRead More
To say Square and PayPal are important to American small business might be an understatement.
So when those two ventures’ integration into the accounting platform of choice for America’s small business — QuickBooks Online — falls short, the shortcoming deserves notice.