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The UK-based Centre for Finance, Technology and Entrepreneurship (CFTE), a platform providing online learning for the FinTech space, has announced the launch of a targeted new online RegTech course providing a “thorough foundation of regulatory technologies” through eight hours of video content, curated readings and online assessment.

The announcement was made at the London launch of The RegTech Book, co-authored by CFTE Head of Entrepreneurship Janos Barberis and Douglas Arner, Professor in Law at Hong Kong University. The publication curates industry expertise into a single volume, which aims to serve as a reference point for the RegTech eco-system.

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