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Common ground trumps disruption in bank-fintech linkups

By Jonathan Vaux, Executive Director of Innovation Partnerships • Visa Europe

December 21, 2015

One of the key discussion points in the fintech world is whether new innovators and start-ups should be collaborating with established incumbents, such as Visa.

We believe that collaboration is the way forward and attach a recent article from American Banker containing a range of views on this growing trend of co-operative innovation.

Common ground trumps disruption in bank-fintech linkups

Read the full article on American Banker’s website.

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