Being backed by a successful venture capital firm can make or break a FinTech startup. So, we asked Karen McCormick, chief investment officer at Beringea, what new ventures must do to pique investors’ interest.
Despite being more than three years in the making, the UK’s divorce from the EU is still a cause of great uncertainty for financial services firms.
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.
RegTech may have started life to help financial firms deal with the massive weight from new regulations, but the sector could be moving out of the finance industry's shadows.
Radboud Vlaar, partner at Orange Growth Capital, explains how the firm has become more selective with B2C deals as it looks to invest in new opportunities across subsectors and regions, in a research interview with FinTech Global.
Picking up an investment from a corporate venture firm creates a ‘poison pill’ for RegTech startups, according to a panel at the Global RegTech Summit 2018.
Insurance firms should use AI to improve existing models gradually rather than replace everything...
AI technology is best at work when it’s improving existing processes rather than trying to totally transform the entire business model, according to a panel at the Global InsurTech Summit 2019.
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.
There is little room in the market for standalone investment management services, Nucoro COO Nikolai Hack told FinTech Global.
Currently business is not normal, but it might be fostering the rapid development of artificial intelligence (AI) technology.