The European Digital Payments Industry Alliance (EDPIA) has named payments infrastructure developer SIA as the latest member of the group.
After a “magic Thursday” RegulAtion was able to create a consortium-powered data access platform. What made that fateful day so magic was that it was when all of the pieces for the AIR platform fell into place. RegulAItion CEO Sally Tait said, “[this was] the day when everyone I talked to said ‘yes’.”
The RegTech sector has seen some massive investment rounds in the past few months despite the global pandemic.
The European Central Bank chair of the supervisory board has called for bank executives around Europe to show restraint when it comes to variable remunerations in the face of the coronavirus.
The Bank of Ireland has been fined €1.66m ($1.95m) by the Central Bank of Ireland for misleading the central bank about a security breach back in 2014.
As more than 24 million people across the UK find themselves in a vulnerable position, the country's top financial markets watchdog is proposing new protection.
Identity authentication platform Prove, formerly known as Payfone, has acquired mobile authentication lines of business from Early Warning Services, a consortium owned by seven big banks.
First-party fraud, or “friendly fraud”, is now 50% more common than third-party fraud, according to a report from Fraud.net.
Banking platform Curve has partnered with Onfido, the global identity verification and authentication company, to speed up its client onboarding compliance processes.
While the Wirecard scandal truly came to light this summer, it seems as if Mastercard and Visa have been concerned for many years about the now insolvent FinTech giant.