While social distancing rules may be easing in some regions of the world, other countries are contemplating reinstating lockdowns. So what does that mean for RegTech companies?
There are signs that a second wave of coronavirus cases is on the way. So what will it mean for RegTech companies?
Robinhood pulled the plug on its UK expansion this week. Now, some fear that other FinTechs will also leave the nation.
The lack of established financial infrastructure in Africa offers considerable opportunity for FinTech and Rwanda is positioned nicely for this opportunity, according to Steven...
When major FinTech companies like Monzo suffer a down round, it can causes a cloud of fear over the market, but there will still be a need for digital financial and insurance solutions post-pandemic.
Regulators around the world have issued emergency measures to safeguard the economy from the coronavirus fallout. But what can RegTechs learn from it?
The UK’s RegTech sector has nearly grown eight-fold since 2015. 2020 has been a weird year for everyone, but it could prove beneficial for the RegTech space and help it continue to grow in the UK.
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.
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.