Here’s what the RegTech industry thinks about the Australian senate’s committee investigating the sector
Australia’s lawmakers have launched a select committee to see how the emerging RegTech community is doing. We checked in with industry stakeholders to see what they thought of the initiative.
European finance ministers are expected to urge the European Commission to set up a new anti-money laundering authority. Whilst optimistic, RegTech stakeholders expect challenges to come.
Neil Woodford was considered a star fund manager until his career abruptly ended in a flurry of bad market bets and calls for stricter regulations of the financial industry.
One of Australia’s biggest banks has added another AUS$341m to its misconduct costs, but is fearing that the regulator might slam it with a huge fine.
No matter if the UK will crash out of the EU without a deal or if there will be an extension for next year,...
RegTech is going from strength to strength. But will the good times keep on rolling in the US?
Think Evolve Solve was launched in 2012 to help companies compete using data. However, they quickly realised that a real pain existed in how companies gather their data in the first place and that solving this was key
The EU’s Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II) was created to make the regulatory framework protecting investors clearer. However, it is still tricky to comply with.
Lots of huge financial institutions talk the talk about innovation, but few seem to walk the walk and actually implement RegTech solutions. That is according...
Cyberattacks still plague the internet, leaving waves of personal and financial destruction in its path, but making cyber insurance mandatory would help with reparation, according to Richard Fry, head of information security and risk at Covea Insurance.