SWIFT allows corporates into KYC Registry
AML, Finance, Latest News, RegTech
14th February 2019

SWIFT allows corporates into KYC Registry

Anti-money laundering (AML) and Know Your Customer (KYC) compliance are growing challenges, as criminals seek to move money around the globe to hide its origins, while complex fraud can be secreted in transactions that are hard to trace or follow.
Government to back new cyber security research
Cyber Security, Finance, Latest News, RegTech
12th February 2019

Government to back new cyber security research

UK researchers can apply for new government assistance to help bring cyber security technologies to market, thanks to a competition announced this week.
FinTech investments: A record year. So where next for the market?
Finance, Latest News, RegTech
11th February 2019

FinTech investments: A record year. So where next ...

Global FinTech financing hit a new record in 2018, according to a report from market intelligence firm, CB Insights. But while the US remains the epicentre of this sector, all that could change in 2019, as Asia snaps at the US’ heels.
FinTech: How M&As reveal the hidden truth
Finance, Latest News, RegTech
8th February 2019

FinTech: How M&As reveal the hidden truth

To find out what’s really going on in a sector, follow the money. This is particularly true of mergers and acquisitions (M&As), the revving engine of any competitive market.
Financial regulation: What are the hidden costs of compliance?
Finance, Latest News, RegTech, Reporting
7th February 2019

Financial regulation: What are the hidden costs of ...

Thomson Reuters polled compliance and risk practitioners in nearly 800 financial services firms worldwide for its ninth annual Cost of Compliance report, which highlights key trends in the sector.
Data Privacy Day: Huawei and US escalate hostilities
Cyber Security, Finance, Latest News
29th January 2019

Data Privacy Day: Huawei and US escalate hostilities

Hostilities have flared up between Chinese technology giant Huawei and Western governments this week. At the heart of the dispute are fears over cyber security and national security, together with allegations of fraud and conspiracy.