According to data provided by research and intelligence firm Tracxn, private investments into the Indian RegTech space have increased by over five times so far in 2019 to reach an estimated $43.5 million, compared to $7.26 million in 2018. Notable RegTech start-ups to receive funding include Simility, CrediWatch, Digio, Fintellix, DotAI, NextKYC, Credible Ninja and Idfy.in among twenty others providing solutions ranging from e-KYC verification, fraud detection, financial scoring, KYC compliance, AI-based financial risk management to anti-money laundering and CRM tools.
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RegTech Funding in India Quintuples
Market surveillance is crucial, and in many cases a regulatory requirement, to ensuring orderly securities markets and sustaining confidence in trading. It can be breached and has become increasingly complex in the wake of the Covid pandemic, Brexit, and the emergence of new asset classes. This webinar will review the extent of market abuse in...
The global RegTech community gathers virtually this week for A-Team’s RegTech Summit Virtual, which kicks off on Wednesday. Over its two-day programme of must-attend sessions, the conference will offer an assessment of the global RegTech landscape, plus discussions ranging from the ongoing regulatory reporting challenge, the emerging conduct compliance requirement, addressing financial crime and other...
TradingTech Summit London will explore how trading firms are innovating in today’s cloud and digital based environment to create flexible, scalable trading platforms to support speed to market and business agility. Leveraging the cloud, AI and ML technologies to get an edge, automate processes and simplify operations in a cost effective way is the name of the game and will share practical insight from practitioners and technology leaders who are innovating and driving forward change in trading operations.
Sourcing entity data and ensuring efficient and effective entity data management is a challenge for many financial institutions as volumes of data rise, more regulations require entity data in reporting, and the fight again financial crime is escalated by bad actors using increasingly sophisticated techniques to attack processes and systems. That said, based on best...