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Elliptic taps Wells Fargo Strategic Capital for its $28m Series B...

Crypto-asset risk management solutions provider Elliptic is looking to expand further across the world thanks to new backing from Wells Fargo Strategic Capital, the specialised capital provider.

Beazley releases its e-trading platform in Asia

Specialist insurer Beazley has released its e-trading platform in Asia to help brokers in Hong Kong and Singapore to get access to its management liability and cyber product lines.

AML360 has become the latest RegTech venture to expand across Southeast...

RegTech startup AML360 has revealed ambitious plans to grow acros Southeast Asia, pushing its third-party outsourcing features as one of its key services.

TONIK has selected the Finastra to power its banking infrastructure

Digital bank TONIK has picked Finastra’s Fusion Essence for its end-to-end core banking capabilities.

How RegTech is becoming more than just a subset of FinTech

The 2010s saw business leaders realise the importance of compliance. However, RegTech could get even bigger in the next decade, believes Kristoff Zammit Ciantar, CEO of KYC Portal.

FinTech TigerWit gears up for Asian expansion after securing financial services...

Hong Kong’s Securities and Futures Commission has granted mobile and online trading platform TigerWit a financial services licence.

Tencent and UnionPay team up on mobile payments

A new partnership between Tencent and UnionPay will see them integrate QR codes in their offerings.

InstaReM to offer e-KYC services to customers in Malaysia

InstaReM, a cross-border payments company, will offer free electronic-Know Your Customer (e-KYC) to residents of Malaysia.

InsurTech Sunday bags $11m in new Series A extension round

Thailand-based InsurTech startup Sunday has received $11m in an investment deal led by Quona Capital, the venture capital firm.

Financial identities for world’s unbanked would add $250bn to the global...

Catering to underbanked people could add a massive boost to the global economy, according to a new study from Oxford Economics.