Smart contracts in RegTech?

Faisal Khan on how the world can benefit from regulator initiated smart contracts on the blockchain. Read more:

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:

Watch out for RegTech, Chatbots and India in 2017

PwC's newly appointed FinTech and RegTech Leader for China & Hong Kong, has put forward some predictions for FinTech in Asia. Read more:

Will IBM Watson endanger RegTech startups in 2017?

The history of RegTech may take a hit and course correction as IBM has silently made its way into RegTech this fall. Read more:

Contego snaps up Right-to-Work solution Working Status

UK RegTech platform Contego has acquired compliance software maker Working Status. The financial terms of the deal are undisclosed. Read more:

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:

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:

Making innovative compliance a reality

RegTech innovators have the potential to re-imagine compliance – reducing the cost, creating more robust systems and creating new opportunities. Read more:

FinTech’s road to regulatory acceptance is just starting

Fintech is not a shiny new object attracting attention in 2016. Its fight for market and regulatory acceptance has played out over two decades. Digital technology seemingly became the acknowledged platform for the future of financial commerce almost overnight. Read more:

RegTech thrives on change like Trump, Brexit and China

RegTech companies will continue to serve the market of integrating systems while offering these services in a dynamic way as regulations change. Read more: