Financial advising is a very serious business, but everyone has heard about friends that trust the “wise” tip from the know-it-all relative about investments, pensions or fiscal impact. Technology says that it might have a possible solution.
Half-a-dozen years ago, the American wine critic Antonio Galloni decided to come up with a critical guide to the world's best wines. If he had tried to do that in the 1990s, he would have had two options: 1. create a (very heavy) encyclopedia; or 2. issue lots of (equally cumbersome) magazines. "Thirty years ago wine knowledge was books and magazines," Galloni says.
Momentum Project 2016 in Mexico will support 100 SMEs to speed up their potential through face-to-face and online training. This program offers a unique opportunity to grow in an environment where social entrepreneurship needs ways to become stronger.
Mario Alexander Acuña of BBVA Colombia likes to keep things simple, so much so that he made a series of recommendations to improve the Risk Committee. Little did he know that he would be put in charge of leading a key digitization process.
The San Francisco Bay is home to an idyllic location. Silicon Valley has become a goal for entrepreneurs, investors and technology geniuses. Large corporations and thousands of startups call this area their home, a space that is permanently in the world’s spotlight. Following behind are cities such as multicultural New York, controversial London or the always welcoming and stimulating Tokyo. The race to challenge Silicon Valley’s lead is on.
Simple, the US-based technology company that’s changing the way people bank, today announced the beta of Simple Shared - an account for people with shared financial goals. Open for waitlist registration here , Simple Shared allows two people - whether romantically involved, good friends or just backpacking buddies - to use Simple’s unique features like Safe-to-Spend and Goals to help them reach their dreams.