REGTECH

ALL REGTECH NEWS

Cryptocurrency and Tax Compliance: Navigating the New World of Digital Money

Cryptocurrencies and Tax Compliance As mid-April approaches, U.S. taxpayers and their accountants are increasingly filling out forms to report their 2017 profits and other financial …

Read More →

The British government starts Fintech with a strategy-strategy salvo

Good things come in threes … The UK government has unveiled a new cryptoassets task force, unveiled its next steps in “robo-regulation” and built a …

Read More →

NICE Actimize brings AI technology to the investigation of financial crime

AI combats financial crime The data analysis and insights company NICE Actimize has launched an artificial intelligence-enabled investigation management system Julie Muhn at the Finovate. …

Read More →

The Bank of Ceylon is fighting financial crime with the technology of CustomerXPs

CustomerXPs wins new customer in Sri Lanka Sri Lanka’s largest bank, the Bank of Ceylon (BOC), has signed the Clari5 Anti-Money Laundering (AML) solution from …

Read More →

Stanbic Bank Zambia in Regtech automation with BankBI

Stanbic Bank puts reg reporting in the cloud BankBI, a UK-based business intelligence (BI) and analytics solutions provider, has been selected by Stanbic Bank Zambia …

Read More →

Fintech funding summary: March 27, 2018

Whether Paytech or Regtech, the financing is spread far and wide across the fintech world. This summary includes Candex, MarketInvoice, and Konsentus. Payments fixed Candex …

Read More →

The April 2018 edition of Banking Technology is available now

Banking Technology April 2018 They were looking for symmetry. And fintech came to you. The latest issue of our flagship magazine – Banking technology – …

Read More →

The FCA supports the UK wealth management competition

Who doesn’t love a cute and perfectly formed wealth management industry? The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has announced its next steps to improve competition …

Read More →

Where top European banks invest in fintech – CB Insights

From 2012 to the 2nd quarter of 2018 (as of April 11, 2018), the research company CB Insights analyzed the private market fintech investment activity …

Read More →

The development of Regtech

Mark McKeon, State Street Global Exchange Our CEO once said, “In our long history, major regulatory changes have presented the greatest opportunities” – and it …

Read More →

Regulatory Sandpits in LatAm and the Caribbean – Inter-American Development Bank Report

The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), the largest source of development finance in Latin America and the Caribbean, released a report entitled “Regulatory Sandboxes in Latin …

Read More →

Ireland’s central bank launches fintech innovation center

The Central Bank of Ireland has finally joined the party and has announced its intention to open a fintech innovation center. In a speech by …

Read More →

MiFID II – the long tail of legal document redesign

Claire Friend, D2LT: Time for a far more proactive approach The MiFID II regulation may have entered into force on January 3, 2018, but a …

Read More →

The regtech start-up ClauseMatch receives funding of GBP 3.6 million

ClauseMatch lands £ 3.6m ClauseMatch, a UK-based regtech startup, raised £ 3.6m ($ 5m) in its Series A funding round. ClauseMatch specializes in the management …

Read More →

The FCA welcomes the EU agreement on Brexit

♫ Breaking up is never easy, I know, but I have to go ♫ The British Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) put on stylish sunglasses, got …

Read More →

MoneyConf 2018: Spotlight on Ireland’s Fintech Factory

MoneyConf 2018, Dublin Dublin’s credentials as a world leader in financial services and fintech (Fintech) were reflected in the recent three-day MoneyConf held in the …

Read More →

ESMA is postponing the CSDR’s disciplinary regime

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has postponed the regulatory disciplinary regime (SDR) of the Central Securities and Depositories Regulation (CSDR). The ordinance will …

Read More →

European Central Bank starts AI hackathon

The European Central Bank (ECB) is organizing a coding marathon that focuses on the application of machine learning and artificial intelligence. The ECB wants to …

Read More →

PayPal users lose £ 1m to scammers posing as buyers

UK PayPal users have been warned by Action Fraud, the country’s National Fraud Intelligence Bureau, to be on the lookout for scammers sending fake PayPal …

Read More →

GoCardless CFO: No deal Brexit could cost London’s trading status

It’s the UK’s first full week after exiting the European Union on Friday, but the most important event is yet to come for the majority …

Read More →

How AI can address the global sanctions challenge

Today’s global sanctions regime has arguably never been more difficult for companies to ensure they stay compliant and have the necessary review procedures and procedures …

Read More →

EXCLUSIVE: Drugs, bowel movements and graffiti at the HMRC headquarters in Manchester

UK Government officials working for Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) have been warned of repeated acts of vandalism at their Manchester headquarters, including droppings …

Read More →

The FCA calls the current UK overdraft market “dysfunctional”.

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has called the current UK overdraft market “dysfunctional” and is calling on banks to explain how they calculated their new …

Read More →

The Egyptian central bank is testing the eKYC solution for financial inclusion

The Egyptian central bank has completed the testing phase of a new electronic Know-Your-Customer (KYC) and has launched a pilot project of the new service …

Read More →

The FCA appoints Christopher Woolard as interim chief

The Financial Conducts Authority (FCA) has appointed Christopher Woolard as interim chief executive. Christopher Woolard, FCA Woolard steps in as regulators seek a replacement for …

Read More →

Finma fined the Swiss bank chief $ 752,000 for insider trading

The Swiss financial regulator Finma has fined the CEO of an undisclosed Swiss bank a $ 752,000 fine in order to regain the illegal profits …

Read More →

The Bank of England is looking for a public cloud technology partner

The Bank of England (BoE) has announced that it is looking for a technology partner to help build a new public cloud platform. A call …

Read More →

The UK court orders Bitfinex to freeze $ 860,000 worth of Bitcoin

Bitfinex, Hong Kong’s iFinex cryptocurrency exchange, was ordered by the UK High Court to freeze $ 860,000 worth of bitcoin after blockchain analytics firm Chainalysis …

Read More →

Report: The Digital Drive for Passport Replacements in Financial Services

What is the future of digital identity? FinTech futures starts a new report on digital identity. Despite advances in technology, particularly in the financial services …

Read More →

The European Commission warns eight countries of late AML laws

The European Commission has issued a legal warning to eight EU countries that have not yet applied new anti-money laundering (AML) rules after telling all …

Read More →

The risk of isolated IT procurement

In theory, financial services companies should be more connected and integrated than ever before. There are tons of tools, platforms, and work practices that companies …

Read More →

Fenergo receives a $ 80 million investment from ABN Amro, DXC Technology

Fenergo, a compliance and lifecycle management company, has received $ 80 million in funding and a post-money valuation of $ 800 million with investments from …

Read More →

AutoRek wins Bank of England tender for reconciliation technology

The Bank of England chooses AutoRek’s Regtech The Bank of England selected AutoRek’s automated reconciliation and data management solution, to be implemented in two phases …

Read More →

PSD2 turns two: where do we go from here?

Break out the birthday cake when the second payment directive (PSD2) just turned two years old! PSD2 still has a long way to go but …

Read More →

Hot seat with Sanat Rao, CBO and Global Head at Infosys Finacle

FinTech futures He spoke to Sanat Rao, Chief Business Officer and Global Head at Infosys Finacle, to discuss where financial services are headed in 2020 …

Read More →

More changes at the top for the Financial Conduct Authority

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has appointed Jeannette Lichner and Bernadette Conroy as its two new non-executive directors. Bernadette Conroy Lichner has a background in …

Read More →

Federal government proposes digital law against competition fears

The German government has proposed curbing the anti-competitive behavior of digital platforms to put Berlin at the forefront of European efforts to regulate companies like …

Read More →

The compliance heads of banks are caught between regulations and cuts

The compliance officers of financial institutions sit between a rock and a hard place and try to meet both the increased regulatory requirements and the …

Read More →

Budget 2020: What are the effects of fintech?

Rishi Sunak, the British Chancellor of the Exchequer, announced his first budget this week. Rishi Sunak, Chancellor of the Exchequer With just a month in …

Read More →

FCA plans market changes to make it easier to switch mortgages

The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has outlined its intentions to shake up the mortgage market. The announcement came after a 2019 study by the …

Read More →

FCA to review data and analysis on the financial wholesale markets

The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has issued a Call for Input (CFI) as part of a review of the use of data and advanced …

Read More →

China is leading the way in adopting ISO 20022 for payments

As Swift continues to work hard with the global payments community to prepare for a mass migration to a data-rich format called ISO 20022, some …

Read More →

Meet Equifax’s privacy partner since 2018

Three years ago, Equifax was hit by one of the worst data breaches in history. Almost half of all U.S. citizen’s data, including names, dates …

Read More →

Financial regulators are looking into the economic and operational implications of COVID-19

Financial regulators around the world have issued statements announcing precautionary measures to combat the economic impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19), indicating a growing willingness to …

Read More →

Webinar: Fighting Fraud Using Risk Analytics

Account takeover is one of the biggest threats banks face today. With 3.8 billion data sets compromised worldwide in 2018, it is evident that digital …

Read More →

Broadridge completes the FundsLibrary acquisition

Broadridge has completed the acquisition of FundsLibrary, a London-based document documents and regulatory reporting fund. Broadridge continues its acquisition strategy Broadridge said the deal is …

Read More →

The Governor of the Bank of Japan urges caution with digital currencies

Central banks looking to issue digital currencies need to better understand the pros and cons before they can take sudden steps, Bank of Japan deputy …

Read More →

FCA data leak called “embarrassment,” the former CEO called for a review

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), the UK regulator that punishes financial institutions for data breaches, has admitted its own data breach after victims of the …

Read More →

Lloyds’ profits fall as the PPI legacy takes its toll

Lloyds expected an increase in the number of complaints related to mis-sold payment protection insurance (PPI) over the past year, which had an impact on …

Read More →

iSignthis to create a blockchain company with NSX and compete with ASX

iSignthis, the Australian identity, payments and e-money solution, has partnered with the country’s second largest exchange, NSX, to create a digital securities trading platform called …

Read More →

FCA: Innovative fintech providers that put some customers at risk

The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published a document listing “problem areas” in the financial services sector, including how the rise of fintech may …

Read More →