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The latest innovations in peer-to-peer lending
Finance, FinTech, Latest News, RegTech
3rd June 2019

The latest innovations in peer-to-peer lending

The peer-to-peer lending sector arose as a disruptive alternative to the banks, providing a faster and better customer service due to their nimble and high-tech business models.
Brexit: FinTech luminaries meet at No 10
Finance, FinTech, Latest News
31st May 2019

Brexit: FinTech luminaries meet at No 10

Signs that the government is working closely with the financial services sector on Brexit are increasing. Last week, the Chancellor hosted a meeting of the Financial and Professional Services’ Business Council at Downing Street, which was joined by the Prime ...
Brexit: UK and Hong Kong deepen FinTech dialogue
Cyber Security, Finance, FinTech, Latest News, RegTech
30th May 2019

Brexit: UK and Hong Kong deepen FinTech dialogue

While the UK is strengthening its ties with the US financial services sector and deepening the dialogue over regulation, Whitehall has also reached out to Hong Kong in a similar bridge-building exercise.
US and UK governments sign new FinTech partnership
Finance, FinTech, Latest News, RegTech
30th May 2019

US and UK governments sign new FinTech partnership

The British and US governments have announced a new financial innovation partnership (FIP) to boost the finance sectors in both countries and create closer regulatory ties.
Transform Finance presents: The Banking Cyber Security Forum London
Cyber Security, Events News, Finance, FinTech, Latest News, RegTech
29th May 2019

Transform Finance presents: The Banking Cyber Security Forum ...

The next senior-level event from Transform Finance is due to take place in the heart of one of London’s major financial districts, Canary Wharf, on Tuesday the 18th of June.
RegTech funding down in Q1, says report
Finance, FinTech, Latest News, RegTech
24th May 2019

RegTech funding down in Q1, says report

The global value of venture capital (VC) backed RegTech deals fell from $686.8 million in Q4 2018 to just $337.8 million in the first quarter of 2019, a drop of over 49 percent after four quarters of sequential growth.