Tuesday, November 21, 2017
Tags Regtech

Tag: regtech

BBVA to launch mobile iris scanner with Samsung

Spanish bank BBVA will integrate a biometric authentication feature into its mobile app, allowing users to log into their app via iris scan. Read More: bankinnovation.net

AI software startup Behavox raises new funding

Behavox, a London-based AI software company, has reportedly raised funding from Citigroup and Index Ventures. Read more: fintech.global

Neota Logic and aosphere launch a trio of RegTech apps

Neota Logic, which produces an AI software platform for legal compliance, has partnered with legal subscription business aosphere to launch new RegTech apps. Read more: fintech.global

There are now 34 FINRA approved reg crowdfunding platforms

There are now 34 FINRA approved crowdfunding platforms leveraging Title III of the JOBS Act, widely called Reg CF. Read More: www.crowdfundinsider.com

London Stock Exchange partners with Australian RegTech APIR Systems

With the MiFID II deadline just two months away, Australian RegTech company APIR Systems has formed a partnership with the London Stock Exchange (LSE). Read more: fintech.global

Blockchain RegTech startup Coinfirm launches AMLT token

Coinfirm, a blockchain compliance & analytics platform, is set to release a dedicated token to build an open financial system and bring, Read more: fintech.global

Hermes prepares for MiFID II by partnering with Red Deer

With the deadline for MiFID II fast-approaching, Hermes Investment Management has partnered with RegTech startup Red Deer. Read more: fintech.global

RegTech company Qumram snapped up by Dynatrace

Dynatrace, a provider of digital performance management software, has purchased Swiss RegTech company Qumram. Read more: fintech.global

Over half of all RegTech companies address AML or KYC regulation

The Global RegTech Review released by FinTech Global highlights increased investments in AML and KYC solutions. Read more: fintech.global

Identity startup Trust Stamp lands another investment from SCV

Identity authentication startup Trust Stamp has landed its second investment from Second Century Ventures, an early-stage technology fund backed, Read more: fintech.global