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Aussie customer identity verification company Kyckr is looking to leverage the tightening of anti-money laundering rules and grow on the back of a new funding round.
The Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (ASUTRAC) has changed the rules regarding money laundering and terrorism financing in order to help people fleeing domestic abuse become financially independent more easily.
From working at his dinner table to being named a leader of Australia’s RegTech industry, Anthony Quinn has come a long way since launching Arctic Intelligence in 2015.
Amidst the coronavirus crisis, many FinTech companies have still been able to raise big rounds. Here are 35 of the successful investment stories that we paid special attention to in the past week.
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The Australian FinTech industry has grown tremendously over the past few years and the minister in charge of the sector expects this to continue past the current crisis.
Deloitte has named Singapore, Japan and Australia as the nations in the Asia Pacific that are the best prepared for hack attacks.
The global mobile digital identity market could be worth $7bn by 2024. So it’s seemingly no mystery to why eftpos might want to get in on the action.
Australian FinTech company Frollo has launched new product to help businesses comply with new data rules as they embrace open banking.
Security and compliance tech company SafetyCulture has secured $35.5m in new funding round led by TDM Growth Partners and offers some of its services for free to help companies through the coronavirus crisis.