Tuesday, January 26, 2021

RegTech: Not Cool, Who Cares?

As the excitement around fintech fades, regtech is getting enough buzz to attract investment. Read more linkis.com

Why RegTech, why now?

Companies both big and small are looking across their regulatory frameworks to anticipate the impacts of these massive industry events. Read more: www.pymnts.com

EverCompliant reels in $9.5m to tackle transaction laundering

Transaction laundering detection and prevention company EverCompliant has raised $9.5m in a Series A round. Abor Ventures led the funding with existing backers. Read more: www.fintechroundup.com

Financial services firms expect regulatory burden to increase

The actual number of significant pieces of financial regulation governments have issued has slowed, but the existing regulation is becoming more complicated. Read more: uk.businessinsider.com

The rise of RegTech – the ‘little sister’ of FinTech

The RegTech Association will facilitate collaboration between RegTech startups and Australia's biggest financial institutions. Read more: www.finder.com.au

SEC Chief White: FinTech may need new regulation

New regulations may be needed to keep up with the “speed and impact” of FinTech developments, said SEC Chairwoman White. Read more: www.thinkadvisor.com

What’s in Store for RegTech in 2017?

RegTech has been a famous buzzword in 2016 and the industry – banking and FinTech alike – is looking eagerly at 2017. Read more: www.letstalkpayments.com

Convercent swipes $10m for corporate compliance software

Denver-based regtech startup Convercent has raised a fresh $10m in funding. The new round attracted Sapphire Ventures and Tola Capital Fund. Read more: www.fintechroundup.com

Regulatory technology is a new remedy for emerging regulations

Financial regulations may not be the most exciting business area, but there are some exciting technological developments that could open up new opportunities. Read more: channels.theinnovationenterprise.com

Chinese banks want to use blockchain to combat fraud

Chinese banks are hiring blockchain experts as the government pushes use of the technology behind bitcoin to increase transparency and combat fraud. Read more: fortune.com