Tag: fintech

Briefing: Open Banking and Financial Health

Last month the Lab hosted a roundtable with over 30 experts from fintech, banking, financial regulators and civil society to […]

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Roundtable: ethical AI in finance

AI is in a rapid phase of development, and as it becomes increasingly used in finance we need to look […]

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Understanding Financial Innovation

In the first of two posts, the Lab’s Executive Director, Anna Laycock, explains the thinking behind our Fellowship programme. The clue’s […]

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Good with data?

Open Banking requires a range of financial institutions to “open up” the data banks hold on us and how we […]

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Lab Executive Director Anna Laycock featured in Women in Fintech Powerlist

We’re proud to announce our Executive Director Anna Laycock has been awarded a place on the 2017 Women in Fintech […]

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The Lab goes on tour – USA and Canada dates, November 2017

After hosting our 2017 Demo Day, the Lab’s Executive Director, Anna Laycock, is spending the next two weeks taking the […]

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Exciting news: #Fintechforall competition opens for entries

Tech City UK has just launched the hunt for fintech startups focused on financial inclusion – and we’re helping them find […]

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Revealed: the future of financial health

We’re excited to reveal the 13 entrepreneurs selected to take part in the Financial Health Fellowship, a groundbreaking incubation programme for […]

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Design principles for financial health

In the second of two blogs, Carl Packman, Research and Good Practice Manager at Toynbee Hall – our partner for […]

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Fintech for Financial Health

In the first of a series of two blogs, Carl Packman, Research and Good Practice Manager at Toynbee Hall – […]

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Are We Innovating for Innovation sake?

Looking back at 2014, it feels like it’s been a big year for innovation. There are now global summits being […]

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