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Small financial firms are swapping their conservative tactics for bolder marketing that calls out mega banks for bailouts, high fees and being out of touch with Main Street. The edgier campaigns are meant to lure customers away from competitors like Chase and Bank of America, which are among the top spenders in the category, as well as turn around more than a decade of declining market share.
It's created billion-dollar startups, attracted record investment and is keeping major banks on their toes - London FinTech is having its moment in the sun and there are some crucial influencers making that happen.
These are the movers, the shakers, the doers and builders, and the people you need to know in the world of London FinTech right now.
This week's news that the UK government will seek to regulate digital currencies made waves in the local startup community.
The UK Treasury report, revealed on Wednesday as part of chancellor George Osborne's annual budget, outlined plans to curb criminal activity via AML (anti-money laundering) regulation and allow digital currency companies to opt-in to standardised consumer protections following May's election. The government also proposed injecting £10m into research on digital currencies as part of its larger pledge to innovation in FinTech.
From the shabby streets of east London, some of the brightest minds in technology and banking are plotting a revolution.
London's "Silicon Roundabout" has become one of the top hubs for financial technology - or fintech - where start-up firms are launching products to bypass traditional banks with phone apps and websites, or help financial firms adapt to a digital era.
When Apple started selling its iPhone 5S with a Touch ID fingerprint reading sensor, all of us entered the biometric age a bit.
Apple acquired the technology when it purchased AuthenTec in 2012.