The UK parliament has launched a cross-party group of lawmakers to create a framework to regulate digital asset markets, a report by the Financial Times has revealed.
Mobile trading app BUX will introduce cryptocurrencies in a phased roll-out to clients in The Netherlands, Belgium, Spain, and Ireland.
Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication, Leonardo da Vinci once said. However, simplicity can be a double-edged sword when digitising wealth management and the key is finding the right balance.
With every new variant of Covid, the end of the pandemic continues to move further into the distance. These past two years have shown the cruciality of digital services, and firms no longer have a choice to avoid it if they want to stay successful. The trouble is, where does a firm start?
Alto Solutions, a self-directed IRA platform that helps individuals invest into alternative assets through tax-advantaged retirement funds, has bagged $40m in Series B funding.
Embedded finance platform Ant Money has scored $20m in its Series A funding round
A one-stop digital investment platform Moomoo is to launch in Australia, the company will provide Australian investors with premium online investment services.
For many companies, 2021 was the year to get back on track. Last year, the Covid-19 sent ripples across the financial market and companies were forced to enter survival mode, but this year saw more relaxed measures and a chance to push for growth once again. But was this the case?
While financial services scramble for digital transformation, Kidbrooke fears most have not assessed how the decision-making models of underlying technology might impact customer experiences.
Wealth managers typically focus on older people, as that is where the money is. However, young investors hold the wealth of tomorrow and capturing them early will stop them going elsewhere.