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Yolt Technology Services to provide Open Banking data to mortgage lenders

News | Online & Mobile Banking | 05 Feb 2021

Yolt Technology Services (YTS) has added mortgage lenders to the list of financial service providers it serves, giving them the ability to streamline their lending processes with open banking data, according to AltFi.

Yolt, YTS, Open Banking, mortgage, lender, financial service, lending process

Truist to invest USD 1.8 bln in tech, customer service upgrades

News | Payments General | 22 Jan 2021

Bank holding company Truist Financial has provided its first estimate — USD 1.8 billion — of how much it's spending on initiatives to strengthen profits over the long term, according to American Banker.

Truist Financial, investment, customer service, loan application, commercial loan, mortgage, user experience

UK banks to rise the cost of credit card borrowing, Bank of England says

News | Cards | 16 Oct 2020

Bank of England has revealed rising rates in approach to Christmas and lenders’ plans to restrict loan products soon.

Bank of England, cards, credit, mortgage, lending, industry survey, credit card borrowing, credit cards, cards, UK, United Kingdom

Click2Check partners with AccountScore to launch Open Banking solution

News | Online & Mobile Banking | 09 Oct 2020

Open Banking platform AccountScore has partnered with fintech company Click2Check to provide the mortgage advisory market with a new solution called Credit Assess. 

Click2Check, AccountScore, Open Banking, mortgage, credit scoring

JP Morgan pledges USD 30 bln for reducing racial wealth gap

News | Payments General | 08 Oct 2020

JP Morgan has declared it would commit USD 30 billion to address racial inequality over the next 5 years, according to Reuters.

JP Morgan, racial wealth gap, racial inequality, Reuters, mortgage, Black borrowers, Latino borrowers, housing project, small business loans, banks, philanthropy, minority suppliers, Bank of America, Citigroup, Community Development Financial Institutions, CDFIs, loans

Digital bank 86 400 teams up with Australian Finance Group

News | Online & Mobile Banking | 24 Jul 2020

Australia-based digital bank 86 400 has partnered with Australian Finance Group (AFG), to expand its home loan broker distribution network. 

86 400, loans, AFG, partnership, Australia, digital bank, digital, banks, Australia Finance Group, network, mortgage, Own Home Loan

Pagaya wealthtech secures USD 102 mln investment

News | Payments General | 22 Jun 2020

US-based wealthtech Pagaya has secured USD 102 million of Series D funding to develop its technology.

Pagaya, funding, US, AI, asset management, institutional investment, real estate, asset classes, fixed-income, auto loans, assets, mortgage, corporate credit, Aflac Global Ventures, Poalim Capital Markets, Viola, Oak HC/FT, Harvey Golub, Clal Insurance Ltd, GF Investments, Siam Commercial Bank

Lloyds Bank fined EUR 71 mln

News | Payments General | 12 Jun 2020

Lloyds Bank has been fined over EUR 71 million for failing to treat mortgage customers fairly after they fell into financial difficulty.

Lloyds, mortgage, banks, payments, Financial Conduct Authority

FCA announces support for struggling customers

News | Payments General | 22 May 2020

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has announced proposals aimed at supporting for customers who are struggling to pay their mortgage due to coronavirus crisis.

FCA, mortgage, coronavirus, COVID-19, payments, payment holiday, debt

COVID-19 impact on Saudi Arabian banks might last up to nine months – KPMG study

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 28 Apr 2020

A report released by KPMG Saudi Arabia has revealed the impact COVID-19 has on the banking sector and the potential countermeasures to cope with the new normal.

bank, digital transformation, COVID-19, coronavirus, KPMG, report, banking, SMEs, retail banking, credit card, mortgage, liquidity, cyber risk, SAMA

CaixaBank tests machine learning algorithms for risk classification model

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 21 Apr 2020

CaixaBank, a Spain-based financial services company, has used quantum computing technology to develop a machine learning algorithm to calculate customer credit risk.

CaixaBank, Spain, financial, algorithms, credit, Quantum, computing, technology, machine learning, bank, IBM, mortgage

Wells Fargo, Santander take actions at branch operations, waive fees

News | Online Payments | 24 Mar 2020

US banks have started to adjust bank hours, waiving fees and offering payment extensions to help customers impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. 

Wells Fargo, Santander, branch operations, fees, mortgage, withdrawal, credit, banks

Nationwide building society opens up systems through mortgage API

News | Payments General | 26 Nov 2019

Nationwide Building Society has announced it is trialling an application programming interface that will enable its mortgage brokers to link directly to some of its systems, according to Computer Weekly.

Nationwide, API, mortgage

Tandem Bank to offer crowd designed mortgages

News | Online & Mobile Banking | 26 Aug 2019

UK-based challenger bank Tandem has announced the impending launch of a new “crowd-designed” mortgage product for UK consumers.

Tandem Bank, UK, banking, challenger bank, crowd designed mortgage, mortgage, loan, lending, digital bank

Tandem Bank announces crowd-designed mortgage

News | Payments General | 14 Aug 2019

Tandem Bank has announced it is developing a “widely accessible” mortgage and is asking UK consumers to help with the creation of it.

Tandem Bank, mortgage, UK, Open Banking, finance

UK startup to enable homebuyers complete a mortgage application paper-free

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 16 Apr 2019

MortgageGym, a UK-based startup, is using Open Banking to remove all paper-based background checks from the mortgage application process.

Open Banking, MortgageGym, robo advisor, paperless, mortgage, UK, credit file, data points

24 million mortgage and loan documents leaked over the internet by Ascension

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 25 Jan 2019

Ascension, a data and analytics company, has leaked more than 24 million loan and mortgage documents from US-based bank accounts, according to a TechCrunch report.

mortgage, loan, exposed data, fraud prevention, unprotected server, third party risk, Ascension, US, CitiFinancial, HSBC Life Insurance, Wells Fargo, CapitalOne

Bendigo & Adelaide Bank creates digital bank Up

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 14 Aug 2018

Australia-based Bendigo and Adelaide Bank has launched digital bank Up and the platform of automatic home applications Tic: Toc.

Bendigo & Adelaide Bank, Australia, Up, digital bank, automatic home application, Tic: Toc, fintech, mortgage, Google, Open Banking, Deakin University

Banks can better engage clients through open banking – Equifax study

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 04 Jul 2018

A new report from Equifax has revealed how banks can boost customer engagement through open banking.

banks, Open Banking, Equifax, UK, study, research, survey, bank transaction, mortgage