The UK has officially left the EU. Now, a huge European FinTech company has pulled the plug on its British operations.
For the past 47 years, the UK has been able to influence EU legislation. Now, less than a week after Brexit, Brussels are looking to tear up the concessions made to Britain about its financial rulebook.
After New Year’s Eve, Britain can arguably create its own rules for the financial sector. One executive is now arguing this is an opportunity too good to miss.
Just days after the UK officially left the EU, one of the country’s FinTech firms was granted a €20m loan from the European Investment Bank (EIB).
Digital banking unicorn Revolut is allegedly looking to move its European payment functionalities to Ireland and Lithuania.
The revised Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II) could be updated after Brexit. So what would MiFID III entail?
The UK will officially leave the UK on Friday January 31. Now the UK’s leading financial watchdog has given advice to firms on what to do next.
With unicorn alumni like Monzo, Improbable, Bulb and Bloom & Wild, Tech Nation’s Upscale accelerator programme has an impressive track record.
Despite the withdrawal agreement having passed through parliament this week, a top UK financial watchdog is warning firms against resting on their laurels to prepare for Brexit.