Wednesday, August 21, 2019
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Hoocht. adds home insurance to AI-powered services

Cutting-edge digital mortgage adviser Hoocht. has added home insurance to its AI-powered services, becoming the first financial services provider to join with insurtech. Read more: www.finextra.com

AxiomSL partners with Genpact for IFRS 9 solution

AxiomSL, a provider of regulatory reporting and risk management solutions, has formed a strategic partnership with Genpact to launch a IFRS 9 solution. Read more: regtechanalyst.com

Cybersecurity company Fyde launches out of stealth with $3m

Fyde, a cybersecurity company focused protecting mobile devices, has emerged from stealth with $3m in seed-stage funding. Read more: regtechanalyst.com

TradingScreen partners with Liquidnet ahead of MiFID II

TradingScreen (TS) has partnered with Liquidnet, a global institutional trading network, to help its users meet regulatory mandates. Read more: regtechanalyst.com

NatWest partners with Vocalink Analytics to tackle fraud

NatWest has strengthened its fraud protection systems by partnering with Vocalink Analytics to create a machine learning solution. Read more: regtechanalyst.com

TD Bank to adopt nCino’s Bank Operating System

TD Bank is set to adopt nCino’s Bank Operating System across its corporate and commercial lending divisions. Read more: regtechanalyst.com

ZP Group lands Series C funding to expand cybersecurity offering

ZP Group, a provider of premium cybersecurity services and solutions, has closed a Series C round of funding. Read more: regtechanalyst.com

C5 Capital hires former Intel Capital managing director

C5 Capital, a UK-based fund investing focused on cybersecurity, cloud computing and artificial intelligence, has hired William Kilmer as a managing partner. Read more: regtechanalyst.com

RADAR extends breach risk assessment platform for GDPR compliance

RADAR has extended its breach risk assessment platform to help organisations simplify compliance with the GDPR. Read more: regtechanalyst.com

Australian-based Kasada collects $2.5m to expand to US

Australian cybersecurity startup Kasada has raised $2.5m to expand its footprint in the US. Read more: regtechanalyst.com