Tag: 2023 RegTech

Visa invests in Form3 to help bolster anti-fraud efforts

Visa has entered into a commercial partnership with Form3, to reduce the high levels of fraud across real-time account-to-account payments.

How loss control risk management can become the next big opportunity...

Comprehensive management of new and emerging risks is vital for any company aiming to ensure compliance and maintain a strong financial position. For insurance companies, however, it becomes doubly crucial as risk is the very basis of their value, and product, this is why solutions such as loss control could become the next big opportunity for insurers.

Payhawk partners with Lune to help companies hit ESG targets

Payhawk has partnered with Lune to launch a new platform, designed to help companies make more sustainable decisions related to company spending.

Strise secures $10.8m in series A to redefine AML automation

Strise has secured $10.8m in its series A funding round, as it looks to redefine anti-money laundering (AML) automation.

myZoi raises $14m to bolster financial inclusion across UAE

myZoi has raised $14m and obtained two regulatory licenses from the Central Bank of the UAE, as it looks to bolster financial inclusion across the UAE.

Westpac launch new scam prevention measures

Westpac has announced the launch of new digital payment security features to help combat scam losses.

Complii Fintech Solutions acquires MIntegrity to reinforce regulatory offering

Complii Fintech Solutions has completed its acquisition of compliance consulting business MIntegrity, as it seeks to bolster its regulatory offering.

Markel joins Vesttoo bankruptcy case over $127.75m fraudulent LOCs

Markel Bermuda Limited (MBL) has been appointed to the statutory committee of unsecured creditors in the U.S. Chapter 11 bankruptcy of InsurTech Vesttoo.

China gives tech companies regulatory approval to launch AI chatbots

China has reportedly given regulatory approval for some tech companies to release their artificial intelligence (AI) chatbots to the public.

How incoming regulations could affect the UK open banking market

With a burgeoning open banking market, the UK could be on the precipice of a monumental surge ahead of other international markets in the sector, according to notable industry experts. But how will incoming regulatory changes affect the country's ability to smash through the glass ceiling?

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