Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Expected to be Fintech Winners

Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Expected to be Fintech Winners

Independent research provider on financial companies, Autonomous Research has said in a survey that leading investment banks Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase will probably emerge as the winners from the coming financial technology disruption. According to a report first published by Bloomberg, Autonomous Research LLP partner Brian Foran put his weight behind the two firms saying that they will be successful in implementing the emerging financial technologies such as blockchain. Goldman Sachs is supporting bitcoin and blockchain companies such as Circle Internet Financial and may even....


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