Tuesday, January 26, 2021

RegTech: the whole is greater than the sum

Regulation does not exist in a vacuum, and neither does technology: both evolve organically in a geo-political and economic context. Read more: www.finextra.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

ECommPay becomes first to implement MasterCard dashboard

The MasterCard Dashboard is engineered to aggregate insights from across the MasterCard global network to provide a detailed overview of transactions. Read more: www.finextra.com

‘Sandbox’ to monitor FinTech in Thailand

THAILAND is following in the footsteps of the United Kingdom, Singapore and Australia in adopting the “regulatory sandbox. Read more: www.nationmultimedia.com

Regulatory technology is a new remedy for emerging regulations

2016 has been a year of turbulence in the financial sector, with costly regulations impacting financial institutions (FIs) across the world. Read more: www.particlenews.com

Regulations are creating a huge opportunity for RegTech

Financial services companies are struggling to keep up with a mountain of new regulatory and reporting requirements — and it's only going to get worse. Read more: uk.businessinsider.com

Rise of the robots; rise of RegTech

Robo advisers are democratizing access to financial services, and with it RegTech is growing. Read more: finovate.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

Dealflo scores £10m for deal automation

Financial agreement automation platform Dealflo has picked up £10m in a Series B round led Holtzbrinck Ventures. Read more: www.fintechroundup.com

ASIC releases licensing exemption for FinTech startups

Eligible businesses will be able to commence testing without a licence for a maximum period of 12 months with up to 100 retail customers. Read more: www.zdnet.com

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