Tuesday, January 19, 2021
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AI, RegTech, the tech backbone for FX brokers

Chris Papageorgiou, Director and IT Business Consultant for FX Brokers at Radius FinTech Ltd tells readers more about the latest FinTech developments. Read more: financefeeds.com

Visa Everywhere Initiative lands in Europe with €50,000 prize

Visa is bringing its Everywhere Initiative to Europe, dangling a €50,000 prize in front of FinTech startups. Read more: www.finextra.com

Lloyds updates on FinTech mentoring scheme

Last year, Lloyds Banking Group announced the launch of a mentoring scheme that sees FinTech startups benefit from the broad expertise of its colleagues. Read more: www.finextra.com

How will Trump, Brexit and populism influence FinTech?

With Article 50 triggered and the UK’s impending exit of the single market, a new US president, and a raft of European elections, it is often asked how this will affect FinTech. Read more: www.cityam.com

Banking options narrow: partner or acquire FinTech firms

Many legacy banking organizations are either partnering or acquiring FinTech firms to jump start innovation efforts. Read more: thefinancialbrand.com

Payscape teams up with Embassy National Bank

Payscape has teamed up with Atlanta’s Embassy National Bank to provide local businesses with the latest financial products and services. Read more: www.finextra.com

Banks and asset managers on the prowl for FinTech firms

Almost one in three banks and asset managers plan to buy a FinTech firm in the next 18 months as firms prepare for an increasingly technology-focused future. Read more: www.cityam.com

Capital One gauges payment execs’ tech appetite

A new survey from Capital One and NAPCP find cost and a lack of knowledge are holding back payment professionals from adopting new technologies. Read more: www.pymnts.com

How is InsurTech keeping up with FinTech?

There has been huge flow of capital into insurtech in a short space of time. Read more: www.bankingtech.com

FinTech a Brexit priority for treasury

Supporting new technologies must become a government priority to counter the threat Brexit poses to London's financial services sector. Read more: www.law360.com

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