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Lending tech provider Nostrum acquired by Equiniti

Equiniti and Nostrum agree M&A

Just a few days after Vantiv and Worldpay made merger and acquisitions headlines in the payments world, here come Equiniti and Nostrum with some M&A news of their own in the lending space.

European Association for Biometrics conference: exciting times ahead

European Association for Biometrics: eyeing excitement

European Association for Biometrics (EAB) has recently conducted a one-day seminar in London on what’s hot in the world of European banking biometrics. The seminar was supported by Banking Technology and hosted by Citi. It gathered a good haul of UK banks, including Lloyds, Santander, Virgin Money, Tesco Bank, Metro Bank and RBS and TSB.

Equiniti launches new solutions

Equiniti brings to market new solutions

It’s a fintech double as Equiniti has developed a digital banking platform and launched a mobile biometric authentication and identity lifecycle solution.

Equiniti acquires Risk Factor and KYCnet

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Equiniti Group has completed the purchase of Risk Factor and KYCnet. The acquisitions are part of Equiniti’s strategy of buying specialist technology platforms to provide regulation driven services for its clients. Last year it bought Transglobal Payment Solutions, while back in 2012 it acquired investment system supplier Peterevans. It also purchased a UK-based lending software […]

Equniti to acquire Transglobal Payment Solutions

Equiniti has exchanged contracts to acquire TransGlobal Payment Solutions, whose platform is used by Equiniti International Payments, the group’s foreign exchange payments business, launched in 2011.

Equiniti opens Cardiff centre to bring fintech focus to pension reform

Equiniti's Guy Wakeley and Welsh minister Edwina Hart

Pensions and payments company Equiniti has opened a new fintech innovation centre in Cardiff, which will focus on bringing together fintech tools for employee share plans, online applications for investment platforms and web and mobile applications for pension products.

Regulation: a torrent of trouble for wealth management

Mark Taylor

Regulation is a key driver of change on IT strategies across the wealth management sector, and brings huge challenges, especially for smaller players: predictions are that the cost of compliance may rise by a further 16% by 2015.

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