Financial Services

The mortgage lender’s offer will integrate directly into any Q2-powered institution’s online experience.

This matchup, along with Western Union’s recent deals, brings new financial opportunities in places they’ve never been before.

A published report suggests consumers don’t always know what they are agreeing to when they hand over financial information.

The card network is said to have started automatically enrolling merchants in its BNPL program. But some providers have financial concerns and have opted out.

Influencer marketing has a disclosure problem: The Crypto market in particular has seen top creators push what turned out to be scams, costing followers millions.

Banks have asked for the head seat at the table regarding crypto regulations—but just days later, lawmakers want to claw back the few capabilities they already have.

The Canadian service promotes financial literacy with a learn-by-doing approach. Will it catch on when other apps let kids play games instead?

Users reported the app’s automatic savings algorithm removed money from checking accounts, resulting in overdraft fees.

Marqeta reported a 53% YoY increase in total processing volume in Q2. Outgoing CEO Jason Gardner outlined growth plans for H2.

More than anything else, cash-back credit card customers want security and control. Free identity theft insurance and Social Security number monitoring are by far the most valued features among potential users of these cards in the US. These consumers also look for ease of earning and redeeming rewards.

Oscar Health halts new deals on IT platform for 18 months: Oscar hit a snag with its Health First deal and is directing focus there. Its insurtech peers face troubles, too.

The VC’s $100M fund for early-stage startups in the Latino community is the latest in a growing number of niche-focused funding rounds.