Preventing people from being caught in a hurricane or tourists from being kidnapped are some of the radical new ways InsurTech companies could be...
A lot of the current robo advisor offerings don’t actually give advice and instead provide consumers with guidance, according to Santander UK head of compliance Joel Viney in a research interview with FinTech Global.
Adopting RegTech and opening dialogue with regulators are both vital in helping the financial services industry achieve compliance according to Subas Roy, partner at Oliver Wyman.
A pension dashboard would help robo advisors to improve the obstacle course of retirement planning, according to EValue chief development director Andrew Storey in a research interview with FinTech Global.
The Latin America market is skipping traditional banking and moving straight to FinTech, according to Magma Partners managing partner Nathan Lustig in a research interview with FinTech Global.
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.
With more and more RegTech startups appearing on the horizon, it is getting harder for investors to differentiate the good from the not so good according to Velocicor CEO and RegTech Canada co-founder Matt Elton.
While investments into InsurTechs are increasing, funding is still not nearly as abundant as other areas of FinTech, according to MTech Capital co-founder and...
Getting InsurTechs to the point where they can test the product-market fit of their proposition is too prolonged and costly, according to InsurTech Gateway head of deal flow Charlie Evans.
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.