France becomes Europe’s third-biggest fintech hub but trails far behind the UK September 24

Here’s how French fintechs raised $2.45B so far this year—the third-largest funding in Europe—and what it means for the UK’s top spot.

Powerful Data and analysis on nearly every digital topic

The world's top companies rely on Insider Intelligence for today's industry news and data validation to make big picture strategy decisions.

Become a Client

High-level departures spell more trouble for Facebook: The company’s long-time CTO will step down next year as Facebook addresses a flurry of negative press.

A financial planning platform for students will offer valuable tools to 17- to 24-year-olds and may win their long-term loyalty and retention.

On today's episode, we discuss whether Facebook has reached a turning point, how people now feel about digital ads, if the world is ready for eSports endorsers or finance influencers (aka finfluencers), the pandemic pet boom, what we keep learning about customers' needs, how to make sure you treat in-office and remote workers fairly, a town with free alcohol, and more. Tune in to the discussion with eMarketer analysts Nina Goetzen and Blake Droesch, and senior analyst at Insider Intelligence Jasmine Enberg.

The tech giant hopes digital COVID-19 vaccine cards, dynamic CVVs, and expanded acceptance will bring skeptical iPhone owners into its payments ecosystem.

The UK neobank giant is rolling out stock trading in the US in hopes of capturing the retail trading boom, but existing digital brokers have already scooped up the lion’s share.

Want more Research?

Sign up for the eMarketer Daily Newsletter.

Sign Up

While commission-free trading isn’t unique, bundling it with crypto and savings features will increase the time the UK-based neobank’s US customers spend with it.