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JULIE MUHN | April 6, 2020
Deutsche Gulf Finance (DGF) was established in 2010 as a joint venture between prominent Saudi business men and Deutsche bank and later in 2013 obtained it's license from SAMA...
Article | March 26, 2020
The global coronavirus pandemic has far-reaching implications for every aspect of the economy, and fintech is already feeling some of the consequences of the escalating crisis. From canceled events to shrinking opportunities for fundraising, we’re talking through some of the biggest challenges this crisis will present to the industry. We’re also highlighting the areas of opportunity unique to fintech as the situation continues to evolve.
Article | March 23, 2020
Almost every recent article written about banking starts with the statement that the banking industry is being disrupted by new competitors, new innovations and new technologies. Although this statement is definitely true, the extend of the disruption can still be debated. Even the most innovative neo-banks still work with bank (current, saving, term and investment) accounts, cards (credit and debit), traditional credits, existing payment infrastructure… The user experience surrounding the origination and servicing of these products has dramatically improved (and will continue to evolve), but the underlying banking products are not really disrupted.
Article | March 19, 2020
The modern world is constantly changing, offering more to societies across the globe than before. The recent technological development has proven to be unprecedented and revolutionary, changing the lives of millions in different corners of the world. The financial industry is one of the most affected sectors that is experiencing a major transformation due to a number of different factors. As a result, we now witness a diverse range of services in forms never seen before.
Article | April 17, 2020
The coronavirus pandemic has been sending shockwaves through the global economy, impacting the finances of people across the globe. But the question that lies here should you worry about your financial future? Here at Wealthface, we would like to explain what you should do in this kind of situation.The rapid international spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus and the high rates of infection have spread fear across the world, affecting global economic activity. So, should investors be worried? How can they make sure that the viruses’ fallout avoids their portfolios?
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