Saturday, June 23, 2018
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Tag: Brexit

ECB & BoE to convene technical working group on risk management

The European Central Bank and the Bank of England are will bring together a working group on Brexit-related risks. Read More: regtechanalyst.com

FinTech industry is ‘flourishing’ despite the looming threat of Brexit

New analysis carried out by Joblift over the past 12 months found that the sector is growing monthly at a rate of nearly 10 percent. Read more: www.insider.co.uk

Threat to FinTech industry, young coders shun London over Brexit

Sector to open new offices in the EU to help pursue and keep talent. Read more: www.ft.com

Blockchain can help UK ‘stay relevant’ after Brexit,

British MEP Kay Swinburne has called on the U.K. to implement and champion blockchain technology as the country moves to leave the EU. Read more: www.coindesk.com

UK FinTech investments hit record year despite Brexit uncertainties

UK FinTech companies raised £3.07bn in 2017, more than the total of the previous three years combined. Read more: fintech.global

London fintech buoyant despite Brexit shadow

The office of the London Mayor is flying the flag for the UK capital's status as a post-Brexit FinTech hotspot Read more: www.finextra.com

Brexit could help balance the European FinTech ecosystem

Brexit is not all doom and gloom, with some set to benefit from it, with cheaper investments, but it could also help balance out the European FinTech ecosystem, Read more: fintech.global

E.U. finance ministers to discuss FinTech post Brexit

European Union finance ministers are gathering to discuss ways to attract more fintech companies as the continent's largest FinTech hub, Great Britain, Read more: bankinnovation.net

UK FinTech firms expect revenues to soar

Despite Brexit, the UK's FinTech firms remain bullish on their prospects, with half expecting revenues to double over the next 12 months. Read more: www.finextra.com

UK business lending down as EU funds withdraw

B2B payments news: Small business lending is down in the U.K. as demand slows and the National Investment Fund continues its pullback following Brexit. Read more: www.pymnts.com