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  • The fintech start-up helping established giants
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The fintech start-up helping established giants

Fintech start-ups are commonly positioned as a threat to established financial institutions, providing consumers with more digital ways to bank. Toronto-based Dream Payments, however, is taking a different approach, aiming to help established giants rather than hurt them.

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