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CYBG to acquire Virgin Money for £1.7bn CYBG, owner of Clydesdale Bank and Yorkshire Bank, has agreed to acquire financial services firm, Virgin Money, in a deal valued at around £1.7bn. News

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Banking Technology

Alior Bank unveils plans to introduce pan-European digital bank
By BBR Staff Writer
Poland-based Alior Bank has unveiled plans to collaborate with solarisBank, Raisin and Mastercard to establish a pan-European digital bank.
Banking Services > Payments > News
Carter Bank & Trust selects Fiserv for digital transformation
Fiserv said that it will help Carter Bank & Trust of Martinsville, Virginia, to modernize its operations, diversify income and lending opportunities, and attract new customers.
Technology > Banking Technology > News

Security

smartTrade introduces cryptocurrency trading on FX platform
Multi-asset electronic trading solutions provider smartTrade Technologies has launched cryptocurrency trading on its FX Trading Platform.
Intermediaries > ECN & Exchanges > News
SEC imposes additional fraud charges on Centra Tech over fraudulent ICO scheme
By BBR Staff Writer
The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has imposed additional fraud charges on Centra Tech over allegations related to its $32m initial coin offering (ICO) scheme.
Policies & Regulatory Compliance > News

Tech Outsourcing and BPO

IHS Markit to buy financial services solutions and data provider Ipreo for $1.85bn
By BBR Staff Writer
UK-based IHS Markit has agreed to acquire financial services solutions and data provider Ipreo from Blackstone and Goldman Sachs for $1.85bn.
Technology > Tech Outsourcing & BPO > News
SEC fines three investment advisers over breaching fiduciary duties
By BBR Staff Writer
The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has imposed a fine of $15m on three investment advisers over breaching fiduciary duties and raising improper fees from the clients
Policies & Regulatory Compliance > News