JPMorgan invests $25 million in fintech start-ups (4/14)

“JPMorgan Chase & Co is investing $25 million to support fintech start-ups that help low-income Americans be more financially healthy, bank executives said on Tuesday. 

JPMorgan’s head of global philanthropy Karen Keogh said the investment in the Financial Solutions Lab will help early-stage fintech companies products that could help people in communities like Harlem.”

Source: Reuters.com

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