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9th July 2019

Libra: Concern grows over Facebook’s coin

As the noise grows about Libra, Facebook’s proposed cryptocurrency, reports suggest that a number of European and US banks are actively avoiding the project.
AML, Cyber Security, Finance, FinTech, Latest News, RegTech
9th July 2019

APG report zooms in on Asian cybercrime

The use of technology to enable financial crime has grown steadily over the past decade, according to the Asia Pacific Group on Money Laundering.
Events News, Finance, FinTech, Latest News, RegTech
26th June 2019

Financial workers in £4bn productivity black hole

Workplace technology problems are creating a £4 billion productivity ‘black hole’ for the UK, according to Capita research, with almost half of financial services employees wasting at least an hour a month on trying to solve IT problems themselves.
Events News, Finance, FinTech, Latest News, RegTech
25th June 2019

Libra: Will Facebook’s currency make fools of ...

Facebook’s plans to launch a new digital currency, Libra, have drawn immediate scrutiny from regulators. The Group of Seven nations (G7) is to set up a forum to examine the potential impact of digital currencies on the world financial ...
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20th June 2019

Just cultures: Why leaders must own cyber security

In a world of hostile actors, fallible employees, and fast-changing technologies such as AI, leaders need to take personal ownership of security, reports Chris Middleton.
Cyber Security, Finance, FinTech, Latest News, RegTech
19th June 2019

Bank cybercrime: An on-demand business

Financial cybercrime is now an as-a-service business, delegates were told at the Transform Finance Banking Cyber Security Forum in London this week.