Tag Archives: Fca

UK and Canada Regulators Sign Agreement for FinTech Expansion
  Regulators in the U.K. and Canada have signed an agreement that will assist FinTech companies, making it easier for them to expand into each other’s [...]
Does Sweden See an Opening with Brexit to Boost FinTech?
  Since the announcement of Brexit many European countries have been attempting to benefit from the U.K.’s eventual removal from the EU. The latest [...]
New FCA Rules Could Reduce UK Bitcoin Spread Betting Appeal
  The UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has proposed stricter rules for Contract for Difference (CFD) products which include financial spread [...]
UK’s Metrobank to Start Blockchain Card Payments in 2017
  Deloitte and fintech startup SETL has partnered with UK bank Metrobank to take blockchain-based card payments live by the end of 2017.   [...]
The FCA Is Testing Bitcoin Cross-Border Transactions
  The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is currently testing clearing and settlement solutions using Bitcoin. The financial services regulatory [...]
Remittance and Retail Payment Providers among 24 Companies Accepted for FCA’s Fintech Sandbox
  The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has announced the first 24 companies that will be taking part in its regulatory sandbox. In 2014, the FCA [...]
UK Regulator Adds 9 Blockchain Startups to Fintech ‘Sandbox’
  The UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has unveiled a number of blockchain and digital currency projects to its regulatory ‘sandbox’ in a bid to [...]
Regulations, Innovations, Sandboxes and #RegTech
  Chris Skinner is Chair of the European networking forum: the Financial Services Club. He is best known as an independent commentator on Fintech [...]