Adapting to new regulations, innovating is best way to counter RegTech’s biggest challenges

A convoluted and oversaturated space for new RegTech entrants and unexpected changes to regulations are the two main issues facing the sector, according to Precognitive SVP of Operations Chris Le in a research interview with FinTech Global.

A pension dashboard can evolve retirement investment advice

A pension dashboard would help robo advisors to improve the obstacle course of retirement planning, according to EValue chief development director Andrew Storey in a research interview with FinTech Global.

Real estate technology is still in its beginning stages, but things are changing

PropTech is still a fairly ‘embryonic industry right now’, but interest is quickly rising, according to Reech Corporations Group chairman Christophe Reech in a research interview with FinTech Global.

Trust in robo is driving WealthTech growth – but there’s not room for everyone

Robo-advisors helping users manage their wealth to services that banks reserve for higher-value customers are attracting considerable interest from investors and financial institutions.

BNI Europa is harnessing FinTech collaboration to take on the traditional banks

Banks need to embrace the FinTech ecosystem and adjust to the new world through collaboration according to Banco BNI Europa chairman and CEO Pedro Pinto Coelho in a research interview with FinTech Global.

Insurers need to move away from just a contract and provide a real service

Building an on-demand insurance solution which provides a service rather than a ‘contract’ is how the space will evolve, according to a panel at the Global InsurTech Summit 2019.

Machine learning will offer huge opportunities for financial services

Innovative machine learning can be a boon for financial services, if they can get over the hype.

ICOs must be regulated to transform investing

Richard Blakesley, a partner at Capital Pilot and blockchain lawyer Florian Glatz explained the exciting potential ICOs offer, in a research interview with FinTech Global.

Banks need to be prepared to fail to keep up with change

Banks need to take more risks and be prepared to implement something that might fail, according to a panel at the Global RegTech Summit 2018.

Banks should collaborate to build a unified platform to ease replacement of legacy systems

If legacy systems are to become redundant, broader industry platforms need to be available to help the small and medium sized banks evolve, otherwise, they will struggle, according to a panel at the Global RegTech Summit.

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