Last week proved a huge win for challenger banks and the Latin American FinTech sector. Check out these funding rounds to find out why.
Banks and FinTech businesses are supporting a proposal made by an Australian senate committee, urging the government to launch a new data watchdog.
The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has issued a new report on the impact of the pandemic, saying that the environment "remains fragile."
UK money management startup sync. has inked a partnership deal with RegTech ComplyAdvantage.
Keeping up with all the comings and goings of the FinTech space is far from easy, but don't worry. We've got you covered with the deals that sent shock waves across the sector in the last week.
Microsoft has joined the Veritas consortium launched by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) to improve the trust of the use of artificial intelligence in the financial industry.
Many RegTech solutions have artificial intelligence at the core of their solutions, but the founder of Ascent has warned that they need to be aware of the ethical pitfalls using the technology can entail.
Stripe's whooping $600m Series G expansion wasn't the only investment round completed by a FinTech company over the last week.
The last two weeks have seen everything from huge $1bn investments rounds to undisclosed seed rounds. Let's check some of them out.
From: FinTech Global Despite coronavirus fears, the last week saw a number of FinTech companies raise money. From TierPoint's massive $320m round to Pruvo's $1.1m,...