From: RegTech Analyst Even though 90% of financial services and insurance companies are using video, most are uncertain about if they are complying with regulations, according...
Opportunities are rapidly increasing for robo-advisers, but the market needs an ‘awful lot more collaboration’, according to a panel at the Global WealthTech Summit 2018.
It is safe to say most people will be happy when 2020 is over. The year has brought a number of unprecedented challenges that...
Banks need to take more risks and be prepared to implement something that might fail, according to a panel at the Global RegTech Summit 2018.
Avoiding the ‘hubris’ of FinTech investing and moving to more niche areas was key when launching GTR Ventures, according to co-founder and CIO Kelvin Tan in a research interview with FinTech Global.
RegTech may have started life to help financial firms deal with the massive weight from new regulations, but the sector could be moving out of the finance industry's shadows.
Banks must continue outsourcing to keep up with technology and regulation, according to a panel at the Global RegTech Summit 2018.
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.
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.
Cyberattacks still plague the internet, leaving waves of personal and financial destruction in its path, but making cyber insurance mandatory would help with reparation, according to Richard Fry, head of information security and risk at Covea Insurance.