Fintech disruptors we help
- CFD Trading
- Contract For Difference (CFD) Providers
- e-Money Providers
- Foreign Currency Providers
- P2P Loan Providers
- Payment Service Providers
- Spread Betting
Helping disruptive fintechs meet their increased regulatory obligations
Traditionally, large clearing banks were the predominant major players in the financial services sector. While other financial organisations existed, they generally acted in a support capacity or as an extension of the services provided by banks rather than being viewed as their competitors.
This changed with the emergence of lightly-regulated fintechs with better products and better technology, such as e-Money Institutions, Payment Service Providers (PSP), Foreign Exchange (FX), Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Lending and Crowdfunders and Spread Betting and CFD Trading providers.
However, continuous changes in regulation have placed greater pressures on these fintechs to meet their regulatory obligations, such as demonstrating efficient client money (CASS) management and segregation. We help fintechs address issues caused by ineffective back office systems; lack of accounting control and ineffective reconciliations processes in light of these regulatory requirements.
For more information, download our 'Enhancing Disrupter Fintechs' brochure or contact the team to discuss your requirements or request a demonstration.