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Will the US remain the RegTech top dog as new hotbeds...

Federal deregulation and increased international competition are all factors that could push US RegTech down from the throne. Or are they?

FinTech enterprise Baker Hill deepens partnership Washington Trust Bank

Baker Hill, the FinTech company, has convinced Washington Trust Bank to renew their partnership.

Finastra has launched its new cloud-based banking platform Fusion Phoenix and...

Commerce National Bank & Trust and Commencement Bank have become the first US banks to access Finastra’s new cloud-based core banking platform Fusion Phoenix.

ESMA warns that Brexit and the US-China trade war are still...

Massive geopolitical events continue to stir up a lot of financial market volatility, according to the EU’s leading financial markets watchdog.

Foreign exchange firm owner charged with fraud and misappropriation

A man operating out of a California and Tennessee-based company has been accused of wire fraud, fraud and misappropriation.

CFTC charges foreign exchange firm with fraud in a bitcoin-linked Ponzi...

A foreign exchange firm used its investors’ money for personal expenses such as buying a BMW, according to charges brought out against it by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC).

JPMorgan will block any FinTech not following its new cybersecurity rules...

FinTech companies have until the summer to get on board with JPMorgan’s new data access agreement or risk being cut off from accessing the investment bank’s data.

FinTech Reggora nets $10m in new Series A round led by...

Residential appraisal software provider Reggora has successfully raised $10m in a new investment round to fund its expansion plans. The new money brings the total capital invested into the company to $15m.

PayPal extends its partnership with FIS

Having already established a strong relationship with each other, PayPal and FIS have taken it to the next level with a new deal.

EquityBee scores $6.6m funding round as it looks to move into...

EquityBee, which helps employees exercise their stock options before they expire, has bagged $6.6m to support its move into the US market.