November 2010
Bank Technology News;Nov2010, Vol. 23 Issue 11, p19
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the FinTech 100 rankings which measures the performance of financial services firms. It says that the top 100 financial technology companies in 2009 earned 53.0 billion dollars revenue from financial services clients. It states that increased variation of technology marketers affected the financial services industry. It adds that various firms including Virtusa Corp., Six Card Solutions Ltd. and Nomura Research Institute Ltd. were the new entrants in the FinTech rankings.


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