Australia’s DayTek Capital, which is currently building a new challenger bank, is helping individuals, families and businesses get access to information on the coronavirus pandemic.
Despite coronavirus putting uncertainty on a lot of businesses, open banking platform Plaid is launching operations in the Netherlands.
Zeepay Ghana, an online remittance service, has reportedly received an electronic money issuer (EMI) licence from Bank of Ghana.
Swedish PropTech startup Pixery Media has announced that it has a new majority shareholder: the venture capital firm Wellstreet.
The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has called for evidence on the availability and use of credit rating information and data.
US challenger bank One has chosen core banking infrastructure developer Finxact to power its services in a new deal.
With the coronavirus causing havoc with businesses’ operations, compliance company Aqubix believes unprecedented times like these make technology more crucial for the on-going business of due diligence and risk-related industries.
The Australian government has reconsidered the timetable for its FinTech and RegTech committee because of the coronavirus.
Cybersecurity companies continue to be leading the growth of the global RegTech sector when it comes to investment.
Brazilian challenger bank Nubank has tapped into its marketing budget to help 20 million customers ride out the COVID-19 pandemic more easily.