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As COVID hits the fintech sector some companies decided to furlough the contracts of their employees. So did Monzo, yet their senior executives decided to either cut their own salaries or give them up completely like the CEO of Monzo bank did!
With regard to the upcoming crisis, Finch capital released ‘FinTech: The Future Post CV-19’ report, which is very clear about which fintech’s are going to thrive and which likely not.
Except the “COVID news” Microsoft and Plaid teamed up to make a fintech app out of Microsoft Excel so MS Office users could manage their finances more effectively.
ICICI bank made possible payments through the Whatsapp and Mari Williams, the CTO of Monzo bank is leaving.
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Monzo bank’s CEO Tom Blomfield is forgoing his salary for a year. Monzo is also offering voluntary furloughs to its employees.
Furlough is the process when companies can essentially ‘pause’ the contract of an employee without making them redundant.
Finch Capital released a detailed analytical report titled ‘FinTech: The Future Post CV-19’ which discusses the challenges and opportunities that the sector will face both during, and more significantly after, the crisis.
COVID-19 has had a serious impact on everybody’s lives and is reframing the way we work, consume and interact.
Microsoft and Plaid have merged their strengths to come up with a new financial management offering, “Money” in Excel.
There is officially 750 million users of Microsoft Excel. The feature will start in the U.S. but eventually, all of them will be able to plug in some fintech to their spreadsheets. Mostly thanks to Plaid.
ICICI Bank just announced the launch of banking services on WhatsApp. This will enable its customers to manage plenty of their banking requirements from their home.
This comes at the time when they are advised or forced to stay indoors and in the wake of the nationwide lockdown to fight against coronavirus.
Multiple sources confirmed that Meri Williams, who joined Monzo bank in September 2018, announced internally that she was departing.
With that, she said that she wants to help with cost-cutting measures.
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