Top fintech news daily 2019 from 02-08 September curated by the VisibleBanking.com team with the help of our fintech community.
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Fintech News Daily: 02-08 September 2019
"The financial technology (FinTech) and regulatory technology landscapes (RegTech) are booming, on the back of the growing opportunities they are offering financial services institutions. FinTech is helping players improve their customer propositions while bolstering the efficiency of their operations, and RegTech is enabling financial services institutions to radically improve the way they run their compliance processes. Experts at boutique consultancy CDCA reflect on the evolution of the FinTech and RegTech in the UK marketplace."
"Panel Discussion on "No More Cash! How FinTech is Shaping A New Financial World" at the 5th Wild Digital Southeast Asia, 3 & 4 July 2019 at Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur. Featuring: BigPay, FinAccel, Perx Technologies, HSBC and FinTech Association of Malaysia.
Source: Wild Digital
"Since its launch, The Open Vault at OCBC has worked with 1,500 Fintech start-ups and formed the first Artificial Intelligence lab in a financial institution in Southeast Asia. As it celebrates its 3rd anniversary, Pranav Seth who leads the Fintech and Innovation unit, says his team is looking to achieve even more audacious goals to create the bank of the future."
"London startups dominate the list of 23 fintechs that have joined government-backed Tech Nation’s 2019 growth programme. Sixty per cent of the new cohort of financial technology firms hail from the capital, while 40 per cent boast at least one female co-founder, Tech Nation revealed today."
Source: City A.M.
"Curve, the over-the-top banking platform which consolidates multiple cards and accounts into one smart card and one even smarter app, has smashed records by raising £4million just minutes after launching its first ever crowdfunding campaign, making it the fastest startup to reach the figure in history."