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".
Génération has tapped fraud detection company Shift Technology to help health insurers control their expenditures and fight fraud.
Having closed a $15m funding round in October, Silent Eight has kicked off 2021 by inking a multi-year partnership with HSBC.
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.
Head of German audit regulator Apas has been dismissed with immediate effect after disclosing that he'd been trading with Wirecard stocks when the company was being audited earlier in 2020.
Following the intense scrutiny of the FinCEN Files, US lawmakers have introduced new legislation to fight money laundering.
Last week’s 32 FinTech rounds highlight how Latin America is exploding with new activity, how open banking has nudged closer to being fully adopted across Europe and the rising popularity of teen-focused ventures.
Venture capital firms continued to actively back RegTech companies in 2020 as financial institutions left the space.
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.