The collapse of Wirecard has sent shock waves through the FinTech industry, cut customers off from their money and raised some serious questions about the role of regulators.
Over the past few months, the world has had to get used to a new normal. Offices are now largely ghost towns and employees have been settling into a working-from-home lifestyle.
With the chaos the coronavirus has put the world in, it’s easy for certain things to slip under the radar, the problem is these can be just as damaging to the business as the pandemic.
From Monzo's seeing its valuation plummet to Checkout.com becoming one of Europe's most valuable FinTechs, the last week has been full of funding rounds that could cause big waves in the sector.
From regulatory loops to jump through to massive competition, European challenger banks have many obstacle to overcome if they want to expand across the pond.
PQShield is protecting the businesses of tomorrow from the cybersecurity threat of quantum computers
Quantum computers will change the cybersecurity threats that businesses face, but PQShield is stepping up to ensure companies stay ahead of the curve.
From InsurTech startups to cybersecurity ventures, the past week has seen several FinTech firms find funding to help them grow despite the global pandemic.
Managing money is a daunting task everyone faces. Whether it is setting budgets or preparing for the future, no matter how old you are, it is not easy, but a number of apps are springing up looking to help by educating kids on finance.
The world is focused on battling online threats with new technology. However, good defence requires not only teaching employees to be more aware of their online behaviours, “but actually driving them to change their online behaviours to be more secure,” according to Mike Butler, co-founder and CTO of Think Cyber Security.
Money laundering in global financial markets is like “whack-a-mole”, when you stop one scheme, another just pops up, according to Daniel Nisman, the head of financial sector solutions at web intelligence company Cobwebs.