TechCrunch | Ximena Aleman | Oct 15, 2021 We are only in the first chapter of Latin America’s long journey to tech growth. But with
Crowdfund Insider | JD Alois | Oct 12, 2021 Fintech Founders has published a survey in collaboration with the UK Department for International Trade (DIT).
Sifted | Amy Lewin | Oct 13, 2021 Startups in Europe increasingly want to take angel investment from experienced operators — and they also want
Chainanalysis Blog | Sep 28, 2021 Central, Northern, & Western Europe (CNWE) has the biggest cryptocurrency economy in the world, receiving over $1 trillion worth
Sifted | Kit Gillet | Oct 4, 2021 Unlike in other parts of the world, equity crowdfunding is yet to take off in eastern Europe,
McKinsey & Company | By Sonia Barquin, Eric Buntoro, Vinayak HV, and Ignes Pricillia | Sep 23, 2021 Consumer use of digital banking in Asia–Pacific
Sifted | Amy Lewin | Oct 13, 2021 Startups in Europe increasingly want to take angel investment from experienced operators — and they also want to add them to their boards. “Businesses are getting smarter to the benefits of having
Chainanalysis Blog | Sep 28, 2021 Central, Northern, & Western Europe (CNWE) has the biggest cryptocurrency economy in the world, receiving over $1 trillion worth of cryptocurrency over the last year, which represents 25% of global activity. Having ranked second
Sifted | Kit Gillet | Oct 4, 2021 Unlike in other parts of the world, equity crowdfunding is yet to take off in eastern Europe, in part because of a lack of regulations to support the growth of the sector.
McKinsey & Company | By Sonia Barquin, Eric Buntoro, Vinayak HV, and Ignes Pricillia | Sep 23, 2021 Consumer use of digital banking in Asia–Pacific has entered a stage of acceleration, fueled largely by innovations launched in emerging markets. Nearly
Finextra | Sep 21, 2021 A coalition of UK fintechs has signed an open letter calling on the government to fast track a ‘smart data right’ that enables consumers to control their data, opening up the potential of open finance.
EBA | Sep 21, 2021 The European Banking Authority (EBA) published today a Report on the platformisation of the EU banking and payments sector. The EBA identifies a rapid growth in the use of digital platforms to ‘bridge’ customers and
OpenGov Asia | Aineena Hani | Sep 20, 2021 Indonesia’s fintech industry is one of the most competitive and dynamic in ASEAN, as evidenced by the emergence of four unicorns and one decacorn. Despite its infancy, the country is home
Sifted | Nicolas Colin | Sep 15, 2021 It’s not easy for Europe’s old money to find its way to new, upcoming startups. But should that really be what Europe is aiming for? Almost everyone in the industry agrees that
Jones Day | Sep 20, 2021 In Short: On 26 August 2021, the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (“ASIC”) released its Corporate Plan for 2021-25, the first under its new chair and deputy chair. The Corporate Plan outlines ASIC’s regulatory priorities
European Commission STATE OF THE UNION Today, the Commission proposed a Path to the Digital Decade, a concrete plan to achieve the digital transformation of our society and economy by 2030. The proposed Path to the Digital Decade will translate
Innovate Finance | Sep 1, 2021 Government and regulatory policies, including the British Business Bank and Open Banking, helped support the growth in new finance for the UK’s small firms from 2014-19. By the start of the pandemic, alternative lenders
BoE Speech | Andrew Hauser, Executive Director, Markets | Sep 13, 2021 “Fundamental shifts in economic and financial structures mean that central bank balance sheets are … set to play a much broader role in the future. Helping to meet
Coindesk | Tanvi Ratna | Sep 2, 2021 Despite regulatory confusion, blockchain startups in India are finally garnering investor interest and economic stability. The Indian crypto ecosystem has seen rising investor interest. India recently ranked second on Chainalysis’s Global Crypto
TechCrunch | Manish Singh | Sep 2, 2021 India’s top banks five years ago built the interoperable UPI rails and enabled over 150 million people in the South Asian market to pay digitally. Scores of firms — including local firms