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Anti-Fraud

Fourth annual RegTech100 list reveals the world’s most innovative RegTech companies

As demand for compliance solutions is shooting through the roof, RegTech Analyst has revealed the 100 most innovative companies in the world on its...

Arctic Intelligence’s founder takes up residency in Australian Trade and Investment Commission’s Landing Pad...

Anthony Quinn, the founder of RegTech powerhouse Arctic Intelligence, has taken up residency in the Australian Trade and Investment Commission's Landing Pad Programme.

Computer Services signs partnership with Featurespace to fight money laundering

FinTech Computer Services has partnered with financial crime-fighting company Featurespace to launch a holistic anti-money laundering solution WatchDOG AML.

Sigma Ratings welcomes FinCEN’s push to improve money laundering practices

In response to the FinCEN Files revealing that more must be done to fight money laundering, regulators around the world has snapped into action, which is welcomed by Sigma Ratings.

Fraud jumped by 250% in the second quarter

Fraud attempts jumped by 250% between March and June, according to a new report from identity verification company IDnow.

IceKredit collects $33m in Series C1 round

Anti-fraud and risk management tech startup IceKredit has raised $33m in a Series C1 round.

Do these 34 FinTech funding rounds suggest Covid-19 influences investment trends?

Fraud-fighting RegTechs and digital payment providers were among the 34 rounds raised by the FinTech industry last week, areas that are becoming more important during the pandemic.

Forter cements unicorn status on the back of $125m Series E round

Fraud fighting RegTech Forter has raised $125m in Series E funding and has achieved a $1.3bn valuation in the process.

Lanistar not authorised to operate in the UK – City watchdog warns

Influencer and Mastercard-backed FinTech Lanistar is not allowed to operate in the UK, the Financial Conduct Authority has warned.

Santander is buying Wirecard’s core business in €100m deal

Another chapter in disgraced FinTech venture Wirecard’s collapse has come to an end with Santander buying the German company’s core business in a deal worth roughly €100m.
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