Wednesday, September 26, 2018
Tags Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)

Tag: Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)

Token lands Financial Conduct Authority authorisation

Token, a turnkey open banking platform provider, has landed official authorisation by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). Read More:

UK regulator eyes global FinTech sandbox

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is looking for views on the merits of creating a global FinTech sandbox. Read more:

Emma banking app receives FCA approval, partners with Monzo

Just days after receiving  approval by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) approval, London-based Emma Technologies has integrated with challenger bank Monzo. Read more:

InsurTech MGA Wrisk gets UK regulatory authorization

On the heels of its recent successful crowdfunding raise, the app-based InsurTech managing general agent Wrisk has made another major step forward. Read More:

UK regulator puts out feelers for fourth wave of FinTech firms

The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is now accepting applications from FinTech firms to be part of its fourth sandbox phase. Read More:

InsurTech futures: By Miles authorised by the FCA

InsurTech start-up broker By Miles has been authorised by the FCA, after previously receiving support from the regulator’s Innovation Hub. Read more:

P2P comes of age as alternative asset class for investors

P2P lending to emerge in the UK as a new asset class for investors wanting higher returns but with some more protection for their money. Read more:

What regulatory and legal hurdles does blockchain now face?

The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) announced it is looking for feedback on the potential for future development of blockchain in the markets it regulates. Read more:

Irish P2P lender Linked Finance receives FCA authorisation

Linked Finance, an Irish P2P lending platform, has received full authorisation by the UK Financial Conduct Authority. Read more:

FCA, let go: Over-regulation risks killing financial innovation

There has been huge growth in the number of financial regulators and the regulatory returns that banks and insurance companies have to make. Read more: