Tech giants are called to account on extremist material

Theresa May and Emmanuel Macron walking

The relationship between the public and private sectors must be fine-tuned to counter extremist material online

Global trade: navigating a way around Brexit bother

David Davis at Conservative Part Conference

Exporters face the unwelcome prospect of increased red tape and trade barriers post-Brexit, but here are a couple of ideas to help ease the pain

Payments shake-up is a Brexit farewell

Future of Payments big four banks

Europewide regulation is set to transform payment services, promising consumers a new deal

Wearable Technology: Safeguards will help boost sales

Apple Watch heart-tracking launch

Wearable technology has the potential to monitor medical conditions, but fears have been raised that not all devices are accurate or reliable

Brexit will not stop new EU banking regulations

Brexit and EU banking regulation

The European Union’s Revised Payment Services Directive or PSD2, due to be implemented in 2018, is touted as the answer to all our banking ills, shifting power into the hands of consumers. Here are five ways it will affect our lives 

Should tech companies enforce law?

Many fintech companies withdrew services from white supremacist websites in the wake of August’s violence in Charlottesville

Whether fintech companies should take the law into their own hands and police cyberspace raises important issues of safeguarding free speech

Regulating the finance sector post-Trump

Trump and finance markets

Maintaining stability within the global banking system looks set for further adjustments as the levers of America’s financial sector are changing hands

How banks use data

big data in banking

Analysis of data can improve customer experience and be the lifeline which keeps major banks afloat in a rising tide of institutional regulation aimed at maintaining a buoyant financial system