No other RegTech sector has attracted as much investment as cybersecurity companies – and it doesn’t seem like that’s going to change anytime soon.
Ever since the UK voted to leave Europe in 2016, there has been a cloud of uncertainty on the FinTech market. Most discussions painted it as doom and gloom, but the amount of capital still being deployed to the country’s FinTechs, suggests things might be fine.
Investment into Australian FinTech skyrocketed last year, but why has it become so appealing?
European neobanks have taken steps to limit the impact COVID-19 will have on their businesses.
The UK may have been the European RegTech leader for years, but the question is if this could change because of Brexit.
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Federal deregulation and increased international competition are all factors that could push US RegTech down from the throne. Or are they?
France is one of the biggest economies in the world, but its FinTech sector has lagged behind the UK and Germany. However, things are heating up.
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.
Sweden’s RegTech scene has been slow to emerge. While its starting to wake up, it still has many challenges to overcome.