As 2021 is kicking off, there are several trends in wealth management to look out for.
The UK Supreme Court has ruled that policyholders should have their coronavirus losses covered by insurers and the InsurTech industry is welcoming the decision.
From: FinTech Global While the payments industry has reason to celebrate, last week also proved a boon for 38 FinTech companies closing investment rounds. The FinTech...
Buy now pay later companies continued their winning streak last week as 25 FinTechs raised big rounds.
Starling Bank's CEO and founder Anne Boden has criticised the UK government for failing to include financial fraud in the Online Harms Bill, arguing it will lead to more "heart-breaking stories".
Massive amounts of capital have been injected into the FinTech industry in 2020, but ten companies raised bigger rounds than the rest.
Capnovum’s solution slashes the time needed to keep up with regulations from weeks to minutes. The startup is now ambitiously accelerating the growth of its industry agnostic platform.
Many banks had already started to introduce digital onboarding solutions before the coronavirus swept over the world. Following the pandemic, these efforts have gone into overdrive.
Collaboration security and compliance technology company Theta Lake has added an award-winning cybersecurity executive to its board of directors and two security industry leaders to its roster of advisors.
The Middle East’s FinTech industry is booming. If innovative startups want to get in on the action, a solid argument can be made for starting in Dubai.