Why Banks Should Do More "Strategic Seed Investing" in Fintech
Ken Siegman featured in Finovate
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Date : April 13, 2015
Experts encouraged that banks and other financial giants are becoming more active in the fintech investment space. 
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Asian-American banks are turning to old-fashioned relationship-building to attract new customers and keep from losing old ones — and in the process offering a lesson to Main Street bankers everywhere about meeting similar challenges.
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