An analysis of regulatory efforts to facilitate financial innovation

January 03, 2017

In 2016, RegTech finally became an industry buzzword used frequently by the industry to describe the opportunity (if not the solution) to a vexingly complex topic. In 2017 we expect real and tangible action above chatter and conference banter. Below, we offer up our predictions of the five key trends of 2017 for RegTech.  For the full article, check out the latest blog posts from one of our co-founders L. Michael Meyer

December 16, 2016

Check out the first post in a blog series by our Founder L. Michael Meyer on Digital Identities around the world. Part one will focus on India, with subsequent posts focusing on the US, UK, EU, and the Nordics. 

November 22, 2016

Another blog post from one of our Co-Founders and CEO, L. Michael Meyer, on the emerging phases of the RegTech evolution

November 16, 2016

One of RegTechLab's Co-Founders, Jan-Maarten Mulder, recently published an article about the mainstream emergence of RegTech in Financial Services.

November 14, 2016

Today there are roughly 125 RegTech companies globally. These companies are applying a variety of technologies solutions including artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data, biometrics, and new application programming interfaces. When applied to new regulatory mandates, these innovative technology solutions have the potential to significantly lessen the burden on financial institutions by driving down costs and to decrease capital risk retention

November 10, 2016

Our CEO Michael Meyer asks if RegTech an “Investable” Industry?

When we as “FinTech” venture capitalists started looking at its baby sibling, “RegTech” nine months ago, we had to search far and wide to find interesting companies. There were only 21 companies that my colleague Jan-Maarten Mulder was able to find and confirm.

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