Strong developments in payments, lending and RegTech is supporting the rise in Ireland’s FinTech space, according to Jack F. Clarke, Enterprise Ireland UK Fintech Market Advisor.
Financial institutions are turning away from single product vendors as they look to consolidate their regulatory compliance requirements with specialist RegTech firms that offer a suite of solutions, according to John Lee, President at Compliance Solutions Strategies (CSS).
As the deadline for PSD2 looms and financial services frantically try to get systems ready, application programming interface (API) standardisation would ease challenges, according to a panel at the Global RegTech Summit 2019.
Investment in RegTech companies has reached record levels in the first six months of 2019. The question is why that is and if the growth will continue.
As corporate investment partnerships gain popularity, it takes some understanding to get these partnerships right, according to a panel at the Global RegTech Summit 2019.
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.
It is hard for AI to be made accountable for an error, you need a human there to help support judgements made, according to a panel at the Global RegTech Summit 2019.
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.
Bringing in technology does not mean cutting down the number of jobs, instead, it frees humans to do what they do best, innovate, according to a panel at the Global InsurTech Summit.
Partnering with InsurTechs can be an expensive experiment, so it’s integral to ensure it’s the right fit for both the company and insurance firm,...