Post Tagged with: "NetSpend"

The Bancorp, a Driver of Fintech, Skirts with Nasdaq Delisting

The Bancorp, a Driver of Fintech, Skirts with Nasdaq Delisting

by August 17, 2015 at 12:51 pm 1 comment

The Bancorp, which is the rent-a-banking-license for many top fintech ventures, is in danger of being delisted by Nasdaq. Last Friday, The Bancorp [ticker: TBBK] disclosed that it once again missed its deadline for filing its 2014 financial disclosures to Nasdaq. The Bancorp has not released financial information since lastRead More

Green Dot Diversifies Ahead of Regulatory Risk & Walmart Worries

Green Dot Diversifies Ahead of Regulatory Risk & Walmart Worries

by April 7, 2015 at 1:35 pm 2 comments

You can’t accuse Green Dot of standing still. In the past several weeks, the prepaid-player-turned-bank has added functionality and diversified its channel mix. A mid-March move to increase functionality on its cards and acquire two competitors, came on the heels of a January announcement of two forthcoming credit products. But looming overRead More

5 Drivers of Growth for Prepaid Cards

5 Drivers of Growth for Prepaid Cards

by May 8, 2013 at 12:01 pm 2 comments

Call it the Year of the Prepaid Card. It is estimated that prepaid purchase volume will top $150 billion this year and is expected to grow $45 billion over the next five years, according to Javelin Research & Strategy. Between 2009 and 2012 consumer use of prepaid cards grew 71%. So whatRead More