Top Fintech News Stories for September 4, 2020

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

  • Mastercard to Allow Consumers to Split Transactions into Small Installments through its Partnership with TSYS – Crowdfund Insider
  • Start-up co-founded by ex-Goldman trader is first fintech to complete takeover of a national bank – CNBC
  • The U.S. Needs A Public Low-Income Bank – Forbes
  • U.S. Small Business Lender LendingUSA Scores $200 Million Investment Commitment From Atalaya – Crowdfund Insider
  • Zopa Bank opens for credit card applications – P2P Finance News
  • Bank of England Governor Wants Global Regulations as Stablecoins Pick Up Steam – Coindesk
  • Even in pandemic, small banks forge ahead with core conversions – American Banker
  • Covid-19 not delaying open banking drive, finds study – AltFi
  • Another Swedish experiment in fintech is a Rorschach test – Financial Times
  • Tandem Bank due for major ‘restructuring’ as it winds down credit cards – Sifted

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