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Donohoe Announces That the Economy Is on Track for Rebound

Ireland’s Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe, has stated that the country’s economy is in a position for a “strong rebound.” Donohoe made this statement during a webinar hosted by the German-Irish Chamber of Industry and Commerce. Not only does he have a positive outlook on the recovery of financial markets in Ireland, but also for …

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Barclays Bank’s Rise to the Top

Barclays is a British banking group that chose Ireland as its main EU banking body in preparedness for Brexit. Barclays Bank Ireland became the largest bank in Ireland in 2020 once tens of billions of euros of assets were moved to Dublin. Its balance sheet came close to doubling in this same year, totaling almost …

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Coinbase Accounts Hacked and Customers Receive No Justice

Cybersecurity is one of the most discussed topics among the global fintech community, and for obvious reasons as it’s one of the most important attributes of a tech company. While discussing new innovations or plans, such as Britain in their moves forward in fintech after Brexit, cybersecurity is typically one of the number one issues …

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Bank of England to Dedicate Team to Digital Currency

Ever since its secession from the EU on January 31st, 2020 in Brexit, Britain has been working hard to make sure it remains competitive as a global fintech leader. Since then they have announced that they would be using Lithuania in a mutual agreement to obtain licenses and use their “sandbox” for product testing in …

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London Fintech Wise Retains Control in Float

Europe is home to some of the world’s most innovative and experimental fintech companies. The United Kingdom has especially been making global news in their efforts to remain competitive in the extremely exciting European fintech market after Brexit has left them nearly severed from the industry. London has been home to many successful startups, including …

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European Fintech “Lender” Becomes First Its Kind

Europe is already home to some of the world’s most impressive and innovative fintech companies and ideas, mainly stemming out of the UK. Post Brexit, the UK has made large efforts to remain competitive and relevant in the EU to not lose their huge fintech advantage they have, such as working to become the global …

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China’s Fintechs to Reach Capital Goal in Two Years

China has been developing itself to be one of the most powerful global economies for the past several decades, even challenging the likes of the United States and the EU. The recent announcement that the People’s Bank of China, their central bank, is not only optimistically looking at cryptos, such as the Federal Reserve in …

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UK Study Depicts What Fintech Supremacy Entails

Since Brexit’s establishment, the UK fintech sector has been scrambling to stay profitable and supreme within the EU and even on a global scale. There have been multiple announcements detailing plans Britain has enacted to overcome this hurdle. For one, they are now able to perform licensing and even test run their services in replicable …

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UK Discusses Crypto Dispersion to Secure Fintech Survival

There’s no doubt that Brexit has had a massive impact on how Britain will need to conduct business going forward, now being separated from the EU. On the morning of Friday, February 26th, the UK Treasury called upon a new regime to require authorization for the Treasury to circulate cryptocurrencies throughout its market. There appears …

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Britain Outlines Fintech Movement Post Brexit

After Brexit segregated Britain from the rest of the EU, many industries, including financial and the rapidly expanding fintech market, were at a loss at how they could remain competitive in the nearly 130 billion pound finance sector. In order to face this hurdle, Britain’s government has reviewed its financial policies to perhaps better retool …

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