Why Theta Lake believes AI is critical for the evolution of communication monitoring

Building a communication monitoring platform which leveraged AI and machine learning from the ground up and covered the full spectrum of voice, video, chat, and text based communication was essential in the creation of Theta Lake.

RegTech needs more dedicated funding if it is to flourish under FinTech’s rule

If RegTech is to escape from FinTech's shadow to fully flourish in its own right it needs a lot more support and funding from investors, Regit co-founder and CEO Cindy Nguyen said in a research interview with FinTech Global.

Why is Legal and General is looking to partner with WealthTechs

To acquire new younger customers Legal & General’s investment division is focusing on mobile-first and trying to engage as early in the life-cycle as possible, according to the company head of distribution strategy, personal investing Janine Menasakanian.

How can new VC firms enter into a crowded FinTech market?

Avoiding the ‘hubris’ of FinTech investing and moving to more niche areas was key when launching GTR Ventures, according to co-founder and CIO Kelvin Tan in a research interview with FinTech Global.

What are the cybersecurity risks financial services firms should be aware of right now?

Using technology might have boosted financial services firms’ efficiency, but the reliance on digital solutions has also opened them up to attacks from malicious outsiders.

Challenger Bank CEOs say banks can’t catch up with FinTech

Banks are more potentially vulnerable to disruption than ever before - and digital-first challengers are charging into the market and rethink the role of banks in consumers’ lives.

The future of banking is in specialism, not an all in one solution

The future for challenger banks is through specialism, not becoming a ‘one-stop shop’ for everything, according to OakNorth deputy CEO Graham Olive in a research interview with FinTech Global.

Why Canadian family office aims to pair FinTech and AI with new accelerator.

AI and finance are a ‘natural fit’, and the Holdun Family Office hopes to connect them in its new accelerator, according to Holt FinTech Accelerator co-founder Brendan Holt Dunn in a research interview with FinTech Global.

Should cyber insurance be mandatory?

Cyberattacks still plague the internet, leaving waves of personal and financial destruction in its path, but making cyber insurance mandatory would help with reparation, according to Richard Fry, head of information security and risk at Covea Insurance.

Banks should NOT invest in FinTech startups – they should acquire them

If banks want to remain market leaders they need to start acquiring technology companies, according to Paul Cuatrecasas of Aquaa Partners, in a research interview with FinTech Global.

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PayPal and BT hackers jailed after defrauding over 2,000 people

Seven out of eight gang members have been jailed after defrauding thousands of people through hacking PayPal and BT accounts.

Brace looks to build new software after funding round

Brace, a digital mortgage-service platform, has secured $10m in its Series A which will help it launch new software services for the lending space.

Cyber insurance startup At-Bay collects $34m in its Series B

Cyber insurance platform At-Bay has collected $34m in its Series B round which was led by Acrew Capital and Munich Re Ventures.

ZeroFOX secures $74m in funding as it eyes global expansion

Cybersecurity company ZeroFOX has closed its latest funding round on $74m, as it looks to accelerate its global expansion.

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

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