Seemingly overnight, fintech has been redefined as technology companies that seek to displace or disrupt traditional financial services players.
By John San Filippo|February 10, 2016 at 09:00 PM
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The term fintech (or FinTech, if you prefer the trendier iteration) is being redefined — literally. For as long as credit unions have relied upon computers, fintech — short for financial technology – has referred simply to the technology employed by the financial services industry. For example, your core data processor is a fintech company. Or at least it was.
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