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Amidst the coronavirus crisis, many FinTech companies have still been able to raise big rounds. Here are 35 of the successful investment stories that...
COVID-19 has plunged financial markets into chaos, but the pandemic also represents both challenges and opportunities for FinTech companies as they adjust to a whole new reality.
A year after its latest funding round, Featurespace has bagged another £30m to expand its offerings.
The United Arab Emirates may have made efforts in recent years to prevent money laundering and terrorism financing, but it may be too little too late.
While South Korea has established a strong legal framework to fight money laundering, the country must do more to prevent government officials from laundering the proceeds of corruption.
The Council of Europe’s anti-money laundering (AML) body MONEYVAL has urged Cyprus to be more aggressive in its efforts to combat criminal transactions.
From: RegTech Analyst Norway has been hard at work since 2014 to ensure it has a robust system in place to prevent money laundering and...
Anthony Quinn, founder and CEO of Arctic Intelligence, the Australian RegTech company, is imploring the international Financial Action Task Force (FATF) to finish its review of the country's anti-money laundering (AML) regulations.
The international Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has suspended its evaluation of Australia's anti-money laundering (ALM) laws, which some suspect was motivated by an ambition to save country’s government more embarrassment.