The UK may have been the European RegTech leader for years, but the question is if this could change because of Brexit.
The US is spearheading the RegTech revolution. So why not find out more about the women leading the charge?
Even though 90% of financial services and insurance companies are using video, most are uncertain about if they are complying with regulations, according to new research from Theta Lake.
The Fifth Anti-Money Laundering Directive (5AML) and eIDAS may empower Europe to create the world’s first digital single market, according to Electronic IDentification CEO Iván Nabalón.
Federal deregulation and increased international competition are all factors that could push US RegTech down from the throne. Or are they?
Using technology might have boosted financial services firms’ efficiency, but the reliance on digital solutions has also opened them up to attacks from malicious outsiders.
The financial market is global and constantly dealing with new technologies and weighed down with ever-expanding regulations. So where does that leave the future of RegTech?
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) increased its activities in 2019 and market stakeholders think this is just the beginning.
The UK’s biggest financial regulator is getting a new top dog. Industry leaders speculate that the change in leadership might mean it will review financial promotions regulations.
The revised Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II) could be updated after Brexit. So what would MiFID III entail?