The All-Party Parliamentary Group on FinTech was set up to raise awareness in Parliament of the growing importance of Financial Technology (FinTech) to the UK economy, to policy-making and to consumers. It aims to promote a regulatory framework that encourages a growing, inclusive and competitive FinTech industry, and seeks to investigate the potential applications of FinTech including peer-to-peer lending, crowdfunding, digital currencies, internet banking etc.


Reports & Meetings

POSTPONED: How Digital Technology is Transforming Financial Services

POSTPONED: How Digital Technology is Transforming Financial Services Innovate Finance, in its role as Secretariat of the All Party Parliamentary Group on FinTech, is delighted to invite you to attend our next event following the upcoming Parliamentary Reception. Our next event will feature an introduction to Atos' Digital Vision for Financial Services paper, which examines the rapidly evolving [...]

Register: All Party Parliamentary Group on FinTech Reception 15 October

Nationwide's Open Banking for Good and FinTech Across the UK Innovate Finance, in its role as Secretariat, is delighted to invite you to attend the All Party Parliamentary Group on FinTech's parliamentary reception. The reception will shine a spotlight on the growth and work that is being done to help foster innovation in financial services across the UK. It [...]

Guide to Promoting Financial Regulatory Innovation: Insights from the UK

Summary Publication Date: March 2018 The rapid and far-reaching transformation of the financial services industry has led to a variety of new a, emerging technologies and socio-economic drivers. This Guide was created in March 2018 with the purpose to review, synthesise and distill the various regulation innovation initiatives of the FCA in recent years with a [...]

Charting a Course for the Future: How London’s Startup Scene Can Survive and Thrive in the Age of Brexit

Summary Publication Date:  June 2018 This report from the Institute for Public Policy Research presents numerous views and finding from the tech startup ecosystem in London at a time of deep uncertainty, as the prospect of Brexit looms large. The report progresses to make a series of recommendations for the future and conveys five key [...]

The Book on Open Banking: A Series of Essays

Summary Publication Date:  May 2018 Across the World, people are taking control of their identity and the data it encapsulates. Open Banking is a symptom of this cultural shift and its impact on our financial lives will be profound. This book is designed to cut through the technical quagmire that permeates Open Banking discussion at present [...]