From cybersecurity unicorn Snyk's $200m funding round to payment service provider startup Mollie's €90m new cash injection, the last week was full of FinTechs completing funding rounds.
PeasyPay, a bieometric-based payment company, is looking to expand its reach from its native Hungry to Spain, Slovenia and the UK.
Amerdeep Somal has been named as the new complaints commissioner that will final stage of investigations into complaints against the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) and the Bank of England.
RegTech100 company Cognitive View has launched a new service that provides insights on the Australian Financial Complaints Authority’s historical complaint management data.
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London-based LegalTech startup ThoughtRiver has raised $10m in a Series A round led by Octopus Ventures.
Stocktrading platform Robinhood could reportedly be facing a $10m fraud fine for failing to properly disclose revenue, pending the outcomes of an ongoing Securities and Exchange Commission probe.
Andrew Bailey, governor at the Bank of England, has called on financial regulators to stop playing catch up in how they supervise digital payments methods such as stablecoin and cryptocurrencies.
The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has issued a new report on the impact of the pandemic, saying that the environment "remains fragile."