Join Jumio and Payment Eye on 5th November at 2pm for a complimentary webinar, where we’ll unpick the intricacies of the 4th EUMLD and offer further insight into how this legislation mandates regulated firms for non face-to-face transactions.
The webinar will cover:
- Key objectives of the legislation
- Who is in scope
- When and what kind of verification must take place
- Simplified or enhanced due diligence?
- ID document authentication technology for digital account opening
Blockchain is going to be big. We know. Just like sessions at the subject at most other conferences we’ve been to recently, the blockchain panels and speakers at this year’s Tech Open Air conference in Berlin were packed to bursting.
If you think innovation in consumer cross border payments has been big, just wait for the business-to-business (B2B) side of the equation. Speaking at Money 20/20 Europe as part of The Bancorp’s Finetics™ Studio interview series, CEO Mike Laven talks about what’s next for cross-border payments.
Balancing the need for regulation with allowing innovative ideas to flourish is tough, and nowhere more so than in finance. That’s precisely why the UK’s progressive approach to regulating fintech companies stands out in Europe and the wider world.
Fintech is talked about as one of the most exciting segments of technological disruption right now, but after the implosion of so-called UK unicorn Powa Technologies and trouble at high profile US online lenders Lending Club and Prosper there’s been something of a sobering in the space.