Tagged: ACCC

Australia Report Shows How Banks Gouge, and Fintechs May Provide a Better Service, When it Comes to International Money Transfers

Australia is a smaller market by population but it is also a country that has embraced Fintech innovation. The emerging Fintech sector is assisted by a supportive government that has recognized its important role in fostering change that is beneficial to both consumers and business…. Read More

InstaReM Recognized by Australian Competition & Consumer Commission for Cost Effective Money Transfers

InstaReM is out with a note regarding a report published by the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC) on cross border payments/money transfers. Ther ACCC report notes that while most consumers continue to use the big four banks in Australia to move their money, Instarem… Read More

Cryptocurrency Scams: Australian Competition & Consumer Commission Reports Sees Increase at End of 2017

The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC) has published their 9th annual report on scam activity in Australia.  As one may expect, investment scams posted the highest amount of loss in 2017 with reports to “Scamwatch” and ACORN exceeding $64.6 million (Dating and romance scams’ were… Read More

Australian Government Eyeing Big Banks to Prevent Blockchain Monopolization

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), an independent arm of the Australian government that aims to regulate competition in the market and uphold national consumer law, has been closely eyeing four big banks to prevent attempts of monopolizing the blockchain industry in fintech. The banks… Read More

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