Top Fintech News Stories for February 3, 2021

Here are the most read news stories from our daily newsletter today:

  • What Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos stepping down means for fintech – Finextra
  • Stephanie Cohen is a rising star at Goldman Sachs. A dozen insiders reveal her role in a massive tech transformation at the Wall Street bank — and what success could mean. – Business Insider
  • LoanDepot Expected to IPO This Week Raising Over $300 Million – Crowdfund Insider
  • Do Fintechs Scare You As Much As They Do These CEOs? – The Financial Brand
  • A Big Year for Decentralized Identity and Infrastructure – CoinDesk
  • Bill Me Later Co-Founders Launch Deep Lake Capital SPAC For FinTech Deals – PYMNTS
  • PPP loans reach $72.7 billion in new round with big lenders – American Banker
  • Divvy Homes snags $110 million Series C funding – FinLedger
  • Marketplace Lender SocietyOne Tops $1 Billion in Lending – Crowdfund Insider
  • Fintech Cadre Launches $400M Fund Targeting Individual Investors And Will Back Underrepresented Real Estate Operators – Forbes

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