Over two fifths of health insurers still lack a consumer facing app

Only 42% of health insurers in Europe have a consumer facing app, despite the rising importance of digitalisation, according to a new whitepaper from Scanbot.

The US Department of Justice steps in on Intuit’s $7.1bn acquisition of Credit Karma...

The US Department of Justice has announced Credit Karma must divest its tax business to Square, if it wishes to complete its $7.1bn acquisition by Intuit.

Paysme secures £268,520 in oversubscribed crowdfunding round

The SME-focused FinTech startup Paysme has already banged through its original target by securing £268,520 on its Seedrs campaign, and it's not over yet.

PureFacts secures $15.39m in new round

WealthTech venture PureFacts Financial Solutions has picked up a CAD$20m ($15.39m) investment from Scotiabank and Round 13 Capital.

CyberTech DefenseStorm locks down $19m in new capital

Cybersecurity and cyber compliance company DefenseStorm has added $19m to its coffers to support its growth.

RegTech Detected bags £600,000 in seed capital

Business verification platform Detected has secured £600,000 in a funding round led by EmergeVest alongside a smattering of angel investors.

The FCA outlines the benefits of its new RegData platform

The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is replacing its data collection platform Gabriel with RegData and has highlighted a number of its improvements to user experience.

Novidea – the future of broking

To succeed, the broker of the future must transition into a consultancy role that provides an enhanced service and greater value to customers. This means embracing change through customer-centric, data-first technologies, according to leading broker platform provider Novidea.

HMBradley picks up $18.25m in Series A round

Having officially launched earlier this year, new neobank HMBradley has now secured $18.25m in a Series A funding round.

SEC proposal could see gig workers get up to 15% of compensation in stock

The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has reportedly proposed a measure that would allow gig workers to get up to 15% of their compensation in stock.

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Coinbase responds to racism and discrimination allegations

Coinbase has been accused of having created a culture fraught with bullying, racism and discrimination against black people in a new exposé from the New York Times.

A third of consumers feel unable to spend as much on Christmas this year

A third of UK adults have admitted they feel unable to spend as much on Christmas this year, according to a study from Yolt.

Almost 90% of consumers haven’t finished Christmas shopping as concerns of online shopping still...

Nearly 90% of people have not completed their Christmas shopping yet, as the pandemic puts pressures on families, research from Klarna claims.

The first quarter of 2020 saw the highest number of large RegTech deals as...

The top ten RegTech deals in the first nine months of 2020 raised in aggregate $1.8bn, making up 38.2% of the total funding in the sector for the period.

Over two fifths of health insurers still lack a consumer facing app

Only 42% of health insurers in Europe have a consumer facing app, despite the rising importance of digitalisation, according to a new whitepaper from Scanbot.

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