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FinTron teams with Stamford’s schools on financial literacy and career prep

FinTronU Educational Software will be implemented in the high school curriculum.

Ex-Lehman Brothers CEO named strategic adviser at Oasis Pro Markets

Fuld was running Lehman Brothers when it collapsed in 2008.

UConn to offer graduate certificate in fintech

The university introduced a master's degree in the subject in January.

Darien fintech to bring 91 new jobs to Connecticut

"Connecticut is attractive company location," said CEO Pat LaVecchia.

UConn Stamford’s tech incubator adds six startups

The new members raise the first-year cohort total to 23.

Greenwich’s Symbridge set to debut digital asset exchange

"I think change is scary for everyone," said CEO Michael McGuire.

Real estate fintech Tomo bringing corporate HQ to Stamford

The company's proprietary technology promises fully underwritten pre-approvals in hours, an on-time closing guarantee, and a price match for the lowest possible mortgage rates.

Mastercard expands partnerships with fintechs

Mastercard's Start Path is now focused on "traditionally underrepresented fintech founders."

UConn to begin Master’s of Fintech program

The new program will launch in the spring of 2022.

Mastercard debuts program to encourage shopping at women-owned businesses

The new Card by Seneca Women will launch in the spring.

Survey: 35% of seniors willing to risk Covid to keep working

71% of respondents ages 70 and higher expressed concern about Social Security drying up.

Housing fintech startup Tomo Networks harvests $40M in seed round

Tomo Networks is now recruiting a workforce based in Stamford, Austin and Seattle.

The Next Big Thing?: 10 fintechs changing the real estate world

Liquefy has the backing of Dubai's royal family.

Stamford fintech Rellevate unveils consumer banking platform

Sutton Bank, a community bank in Ohio, is the sponsor financial services institution for the Rellevate product suite.

Suite Talk: Bruce Carlson, past-president and CEO, Connecticut Technology Council

"The technology industry is going to continue to take Connecticut out of the economy doldrums that it’s been in," said Carlson.
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