The UK witnessed record funding in 2019, could the coronavirus mark its decline or...

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.

How are AML procedures in financial institutions being impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic?

With the chaos the coronavirus has put the world in, it’s easy for certain things to slip under the radar, the problem is these can be just as damaging to the business as the pandemic.

PQShield is protecting the businesses of tomorrow from the cybersecurity threat of quantum computers

Quantum computers will change the cybersecurity threats that businesses face, but PQShield is stepping up to ensure companies stay ahead of the curve.

Traditional security awareness is not enough to battle online cybersecurity threats

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.

Why should firms place more importance on boosting their email security?

With the coronavirus forcing masses of people to work from home, it has only accentuated the cyber risks businesses face from “human-activated” cyberattacks, according...

Why insurers should focus on digitising the customer journey from the ground up

Insurance firms should only begin experimenting with new and exciting customer experiences once they get the basics right, says Mark Moran, head of product at insurance customer engagement platform ManageMy.

How Arctic Intelligence went from being a side hustle to leading the Australian RegTech...

From working at his dinner table to being named a leader of Australia’s RegTech industry, Anthony Quinn has come a long way since launching Arctic Intelligence in 2015.

Why indó’s founders aim to create “the least powerful bank in the world”

On the back of closing a €1m seed round, Icelandic challenger bank indó is almost ready to go live.

How Akur8 is filling the gap in pricing automation

The insurance space has been a hotbed of innovation over the past few years, but pricing might have been left out.

The coronavirus represents a “return to chaos” that could benefit FinTech companies

COVID-19 has plunged financial markets into chaos, but the pandemic also represents both challenges and opportunities for FinTech companies as they adjust to a whole new reality.

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VPay joins Guidewire’s PartnerConnect

Claims payment solution provider VPay has joined the Guidewire PartnerConnect as a solution partner.

RegTech software developer Thentia secures investment from Business Development Bank of Canada

Thentia, which helps companies meet their regulatory requirements, has bagged a Series A investment from the Business Development Bank of Canada (DBC).

Eduvanz bags $3m in new investment round

Student loan startup Eduvanz has secured $3m in a Series A round led by Sequoia's SCI Investment VI fund.

Money management app Sync. said to raise $5.5m in its seed round

Account aggregation service Sync. has reportedly netted £5.5m in a seed funding round to support its European expansion.

PropTech platform Zibo said to raise $10.5m in funding

Zibo, a payments and financial management app for landlords, has reportedly landed $10.5m in its funding round.