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New Jersey and Texas claim that interest-bearing accounts amount to unregistered securities
UK lender Chase will be its first overseas retail operation in 222-year history
Popular platform for selling digital collectibles confirms a top executive traded items before they were promoted
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Deal for fintech platform that provides loans for one-time expenses boosts bank’s consumer business
‘Know your customer’ rules for banks and brokers underpin anti-money laundering efforts but are at risk due to DeFi
As the exchange rails against rules, SEC’s Gensler says existing law and Supreme Court precedents are clear
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Transactions data offers new opportunities for state surveillance
Chinese fintech will turn over user data to new joint venture partly owned by state
Plus, Beijing to break up Ant’s Alipay and FT’s list of top 100 UK entrepreneurs
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Hedge fund appoints Colleen Sullivan to run investment strategy focused on digital assets
Alongside a surge in retail share trading, traditional and ‘robo’ advice is being sought
Warnings of ‘situation similar to a bank run’ as regulatory deadline draws near
It has been seven months since the government pledged to regulate BNPL credit
Deal for anti-money laundering company is payment giant’s latest move into digital assets
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Japanese fintech group that pioneered zero-interest payments in the country was expected to list this year
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Fear of competition means central bank projects are already hitting legacy payment companies
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