With the chaos the coronavirus has put the world in, it’s easy for certain things to slip under the radar, the problem is these can be just as damaging to the business as the pandemic.
While many FinTech firms could be ideally placed to leverage the coronavirus to their advantage, they still have much to do to capitalise on the situation.
More than half of industry professionals expect it to take a minimum of 12 months before the stratup ecosystem recovers from the coronavirus pandemic, research shows.
As the Covid-19 pandemic risks intensifying the move away from globalisation and towards isolationism, the managing director of the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) urged for more connectivity, not less.
The coronavirus forced many to work remotely for the first time in their careers, but few had any cybersecurity training to rely on to keep themselves safe, according to new research.
The COO of the British insurer Aon is feeling bullish about the continuous growth of the InsurTech sector despite the coronavirus' impact on the...
UK challenger bank Monzo has reportedly suffered a down round, resulting in its valuation dropping down from $2bn to $1.24bn.
New research suggests that security companies were unprepared for events like the coronavirus.
From regulatory loops to jump through to massive competition, European challenger banks have many obstacle to overcome if they want to expand across the pond.