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BlackBerry and VoxSmart Partner to Help Financial Services Firms Achieve MiFID II Compliance

BlackBerry and VoxSmart, a leading mobile surveillance and compliance firm, are announcing today the companies have partnered to help financial services firms comply on time with the European Union’s Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (“MiFID II”). Together with BlackBerry UEM (Unified Endpoint Management), which connects and manages endpoints, VoxSmart’s patented …

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Fintech bank, OakNorth, makes it on to The Leap 100: the definitive list of fast-growth companies

OakNorth has announced it has made The Leap 100 2017 – a community of the most exciting, fast-growth companies in the UK – launched by London law firm Mishcon de Reya and business publication City A.M. and nominated in partnership with Seven Hills and The Entrepreneurs Network. To be considered …

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Western Union and UK Department for International Trade to host ‘RegTech Trade Mission’ in New York

The Western Union Company (NYSE: WU), a leader in global money transfer and payments services, is teaming up with the Department for International Trade (DIT) to host 16 ‘RegTech’ industry leaders in a ‘RegTech’ Lunch and Learn session during Fintech Week NYC. The unique session will provide a platform for …

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The FinTech Times and Ukrainian fintech-focused Future magazine held a conference on 29 March in Kyiv on the subject of The Digital Economy and its Impact on Business. The event saw some 100 people from a range of sectors taking part, including representatives of the public sector, senior management and …

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Zurich based FinTech Tradeplus24 closes CHF 100M credit facility with OceanoOne

A bumper week for new guys on the block, having only less than a week ago announced a successful investment round. Launched in late 2016 and partnered with global player AIG and Switzerland’s largest insurance advisor Kessler & Co AG (Marsh Network). Tradeplus24 AG offer a unique combination of trade …

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Two years won’t be enough for the UK to negotiate post-Brexit relationships

With Theresa May setting a date for the formal process of leaving the EU on March 29, we have a comment below from Markus Kuger, Senior Economist at Dun & Bradstreet, on what the leaving process might look like and why two years won’t be enough time for the UK …

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