Saturday, May 25, 2019
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Apiax adds EY’s regulatory expertise to its offering

Apiax, which provides a digital compliance management platform, is working with EY to deliver machine-readable regulations to financial institutions. Read More: regtechanalyst.com

EY to invest $1bn into FinTech over the next two years

EY has announced plans to invest $1bn over the next two financial years into new FinTech solutions. Read more: fintech.global

European Investment Bank runs blockchain hackathon

A team from EY triumphed in a 48-hour European Investment Bank (EIB) hackathon designed to find ways to use blockchain technologies to redesign the transaction, Read more: www.finextra.com

Australian FinTech sector comes of age as revenues surge

Australia's fledgling FinTech industry is coming of age, experiencing a tripling of median revenue and providing a genuine challenge to established banks. Read More: www.finextra.com

EY launches new blockchain platform for marine insurance

EY and Guardtime announce the world’s first blockchain platform for the marine insurance sector. Read more: www.finextra.com

China becomes global FinTech leader

"The speed at which China's FinTech landscape has developed is truly remarkable," said Neal Cross, Chief Innovation Officer at DBS. Read more: www.warc.com

3 blockchain projects win E&Y Startup Challenge

A startup contest hosted by professional services firm Ernst & Young ended with three blockchain companies receiving honors. Read more: www.coindesk.com

Paxos and EY to collaborate on blockchain for gold bullion

Paxos and EY today announced a new collaboration on the rollout of a next-generation blockchain settlement service. Read more: www.finextra.com

People still trust physical banks more than digital

Digital banking has surged in popularity over the last few years, but research out today also shows many still won't trust a lender without a building. Read more: www.cityam.com

EY to partner with FinTech hub Stone & Chalk

EY is continuing its fintech leadership in a new partnership with Sydney-based fintech hub Stone & Chalk. Read more: www.finder.com.au