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3 reasons startup entrepreneurs love InsurTech

Most insurers now recognise the need and urgency to innovate, but significant challenges remain. Read more: www.propertycasualty360.com

More UK-based FinTech unicorns than Europe combined

The UK has more financial technology companies valued at a billion dollars or more than any other European country. Read more: www.theactuary.com

Metori selects QuantHouse to automate trading portfolio

QuantHouse announced that Metori Capital Management has selected QuantFACTORY to automate its trading portfolio. Read more: www.finextra.com

EthBits launches token crowd sale to build digital currency exchange

EthBits will be raising funds to develop their blockchain based digital currency platform in a crowdsale which started 15th April. Read more: www.cryptocoinsnews.com

WorldRemit Africa revenue to double by 2020 on mobile money

WorldRemit, a British money-transfer operator, sees revenue from transactions involving Africans doubling by 2020. Read more: www.bloomberg.com

Revolut and Trussle join forces to bring mortgage broking service directly...

Banking challenger Revolut has today joined forces with the UK’s first online mortgage broker Trussle to give users direct access to its mortgage broking service. Read more: www.fintechroundup.com

FCA’s focus turns to FinTech and cyber security

The UK’s Financing Conduct Authority (FCA), has outlined its priorities for the coming year in its business plan. Read more: www.access-ai.com

The rise of regulation in the InsurTech sector

The convergence of technology and regulation in the insurance sector is a topic of vital concern. Read more: techcitynews.com

Lloyds partners Microsoft for online banking facial recognition

Lloyds is teaming up with Microsoft to pilot the use of fingerprint and facial recognition technology for online banking logins on Windows 10 devices. Read more: www.finextra.com

FCA sets out ‘mission’ as it ushers in new era

The UK Financial Conduct Authority will prioritise supporting the government with Brexit and helping consumers wrongly sold payment-protection insurance. Read more: www.bloomberg.com

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