Thursday, June 29, 2017

RegTech vendors partner to make mobile accounts ‘frictionless’

IdentityMind Global will offer Confirm.io's remote document verification technology to its clients. Read more: www.americanbanker.com

Japan and Australia cooperate on FinTech

The JFSA and ASIC announced the completion of a framework for cooperation to promote innovation in financial services in Japan and Australia. Read more:www.mondovisione.com

Crazy cryptocurrency and how Watson fixes RegTech

No one can tell if ICOs have caused cryptocurrencies to really "arrive" or if those have simply caused a cryptocurrency bubble. Read more: bankinnovation.net

Sovos warns compliance gets real-time

Sovos discusses the trend of governments using real-time data sharing and other technology to increase demands on corporate compliance. Read more: www.pymnts.com

Treasury pushback on financial regulation?

Dodd-Frank era reforms may get further pushback in the wake of a new Treasury report, even as the CFPB keeps on chuggin’ when it comes to financial regulation. Read more: www.pymnts.com

Fast-forwarding RegTech adoption: Industry Sandboxes

Industry Sandboxes could be effective pan-industry platforms that support the development, validation and adoption of RegTech solutions in financial services. Read more: thefintechtimes.com

FraudScope pulls in $1.5m in its latest seed funding

Healthcare RegTech company FraudScope has received $1.5m in a seed funding round, to help scale customer acquisition and increase product development. Read more: fintech.global

RegTech poised to take off in southeast Asia

Locations such as Japan, Singapore and Australia are being launched to address compliance and regulatory challenges more efficiently. Read more: fintechranking.com

FCA adds blockchain startups to regulatory sandbox

One of the UK's top finance regulators is expanding its regulatory 'sandbox' to include more blockchain startups. Read more:www.coindesk.com

HK and Australia’s Securities Regulators strike agreement

Securities regulators from two of the more active global jurisdictions in the blockchain and distributed ledger sector have struck a new FinTech deal. Read more: www.coindesk.com