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Notakey to fund ICO compliance product through token sale

Notakey, a provider of authentication and identification services for enterprises, is set to launch a token sale to fund the creation of an ICO compliance product.

RegTech 100 iSignthis and Worldline finalise partnership

European payments firm Worldline has bolstered its digital identity capabilities by partnering with RegTech 100 company iSignthis.

Kobil unveils new security solution for PSD2

Kobil Systems, a Germany-headquartered IT security company, has unveiled a new security solution that complies with the new Payment Services Directive 2 (PSD2).

Envestnet | Yodlee introduces single API for Open Banking, PSD2

Envestnet | Yodlee, a data aggregation and data analytics platform, has enabled financial services providers to build solutions to comply with PSD2 and Open Banking.

RegTechs join Accenture’s FinTech Innovation Lab

With the financial services industry facing unprecedented levels of regulation, Accenture has launched a dedicated RegTech stream for its sixth FinTech Innovation Lab London.

FinTecSystems bags €4.5m Series B from Ventech, LITTLEROCK

Digital credit validation and banking API developer FinTecSystems has closed its €4.5m Series B financing round.

UK Open Banking prepares for PSD2 by expanding products

The Open Banking Implementation Entity (OBIE) is expanding its functionality to cover all PSD2 products.

Bank of Cyprus prepares for PSD2 by integrating with DIGIPASS for...

The Bank of Cyprus has integrated VASCO Data Security International’s DIGIPASS for Apps in order meet PSD2 requirements.

Fiorano Software launches PSD2 solutions platform

London-based Fiorano Software has launched a new platform solution to help banks to comply with the European Union’s Revised Payment Service Directive (PSD2) regulations.

Over half of all RegTech companies address AML or KYC regulation

The Global RegTech Review released by FinTech Global highlights increased investments in AML and KYC solutions Given the increasingly complex requirements placed by regulatory...