Global FinTech Bridges: Who, Where & How Many?
Regulators are establishing bilateral co-operation agreements, so called 'FinTech bridges', with other jurisdictions. These bridges enable regulators to efficiently share information about financial services innovation in their respective markets, including about emerging trends and regulatory issues, aiming to foster innovation in the area of FinTech. Most of these agreements enable native FinTechs to scale internationally through access to the other market, whilst allowing start-ups from the other market easier access into the country. Moreover, by creating a channel between the two parties, these agreements can help attract investors as well as talent…READ MORE