The Federal Financial Supervisory Authority, better known by its abbreviation BaFin, is the financial regulatory authority for Germany. It is an independent federal institution with headquarters in Bonn and Frankfurt and falls under the supervision of the Federal Ministry of Finance.

Articles Featuring BaFin

Bitpanda secures German crypto licence from BaFin

23rd November 2022 | Oliver Smith

A deep dive into digital bank N26

15th November 2022 | John Reynolds

N26 saw revenue (and losses) rise sharply in 2021

12th October 2022 | Oliver Smith

Two reasons digital banks face AML ‘challenges’

17th November 2021 | Aisling Finn

N26 cuts short its American Dream

15th November 2021 | Aisling Finn

Getsafe lands European license for expansion, eyes IPO

1st November 2021 | Daniel Lanyon

Elinvar lands €25m funding in round led by Toscafund

22nd January 2021 | Daniel Lanyon

3 trends for challenger and neobanks in 2021

22nd January 2021 | Marcel Van Oost

N26 is leaving the UK: is it really about Brexit?

12th February 2020 | Daniel Lanyon

A year in fintech & alternative finance: part 2

14th January 2019 | Roger Baird

Challenger banks flexed their muscles in 2018

7th January 2019 | Roger Baird

Moneyfarm snaps up German robo adviser

22nd November 2018 | Daniel Lanyon

Scalable Capital and ING launch partnership

15th September 2017 | Daniel Lanyon

Funding Circle Boosts Board With Former Central Banker

10th March 2016 | Guglielmo de Stefano