532. News: Tink partners with Wealthify & Lanistar breaches advertising rules

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Sarah Kocianski and Kate Moody are joined by some great guests to talk about some of the most interesting stories of the last 7 days, including: Wealthify embedding Open Banking from Tink in investment app, Lanistar breaching advertising rules and, “Charlie bit my finger” video sells for £500,000. All of this and much more on today's show!

Our expert hosts, Sarah Kocianski and Kate Moody, are joined by some great guests to talk about the most notable fintech, financial services and banking news from the past week. This week's guests include:

  • Emily Nicolle, Fintech Correspondent at Financial News
  • Daniel Kjellén, Tink Founder & CEO

We cover the following stories from the fintech and financial services space:

  • Wealthify embed Open Banking from Tink in investment app 3:22
  • Lanistar breaches advertising rules as ‘misleading’ security claims continue 15:31
  • NatWest, RBS & Ulster Bank lets customers set daily bank transfer limits 27:37
  • Bank of England’s Bailey calls crypto-currencies “dangerous” while US bank chiefs express caution 38:13
  • Curve returns to the crowd for fresh funding round 50:02
  • Square and Plaid partner to give US merchants a better ACH payment experience 51:42
  • Zeta becomes a unicorn with $250 million Softbank led funding 53:33
  • Charlie bit my finger video to be taken off Youtube after selling for… £500,000!!! 55:18

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