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In today’s top news in digital-first banking, Goldman Sachs has launched a personal finance offering for customers of average means, and Franklin Templeton’s Singapore subsidiary has joined forces with Razer Fintech. Plus, First Horizon National Corp. plans to roll out instant business-to-business (B2B) payments with Interchecks.Goldman’s Marcus Adds Personal Finance Management ToolsGoldman Sachs has rolled out a personal finance offering for clients of average means. The investment bank created its Marcus Insights platform by harnessing some of the knowledge from its $100 million acquisition of Clarity Money. Marcus Insights was developed to provide a high-level view of accounts at different institutions for customers.Franklin Templeton Teams Up With Razer to Woo Millennial InvestorsThe Singapore subsidiary of Franklin Templeton and Razer Fintech announced a memorandum of understanding to collaborate on developing a digital wealth management platform. The companies said they intend to “jointly design and create a next-generation digital wealth management platform.” Younger investors will have the ability to form “multi-asset” portfolios centered around different aims or themes via the platform.First Horizon to Roll Out Instant B2B Payments With InterchecksTennessee-based regional financial services company First Horizon National Corp. intends to launch ClearPath Fast Payments with …

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