Fintech Publications

December 2019

The Global Fintech Index 2020

The Findexable Global Fintech Index City Rankings report publishes for the first time the results calculated by our Index algorithm which ranks the fintech ecosystems of more than
230 Cities
65 Countries
7000 Fintech companies

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October 2019

FinTechNZ Regulatory Roundtable Discussion Paper

This FinTechNZ discussion paper provides insights from the FinTechNZ Regulatory Roundtable session held in Auckland in September 2019. Included are comments from the Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs and key observations from group discussions between senior Government, regulatory and corporate representatives. 

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August 2019

Explore New Zealand’s financial technology ecosystem

The FinTech sector in New Zealand continues to grow faster than its global counterparts. Partnerships and collaboration are critical to building on our success. Please get involved if you want to help shape the future for New Zealand companies both here and overseas.

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May 2019

Regulation of FinTech: Jurisdiction Analysis

This Report has been produced for Treasury by Jeremy Muir of MinterEllisonRuddWatts. The report covers the following – key issues associated with the regulation of FinTech; approaches that international regulators have taken to respond to those issues and features of the New Zealand context that would impact on how various responses might translate into New Zealand’s regulatory system.

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November 2018

UK FinTech Onboarding Guidelines

These guidelines have been developed by the banking industry in the United Kingdom to provide guidance to fintechs on the terms and approach used by many financial institutions for collaboration and commercialisation of new fintech propositions. The intention is to allow fintechs to better prepare for and confirm that they are ready to engage with a large financial institutions. It outlines the commercial considerations and the necessary checks and controls that need to be satisfied to meet business and regulatory demands.

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