Talk of a ‘bubble’ in fintech, or of the sector ‘peaking’ misses the point about the transformation of finance by technology. In the grand scheme of disrupting an industry that’s been around for hundreds of years, we’re only at the very beginning of that transformation. From payments and foreign exchange to the way we ensure our pets to the birth of new brands in banking, each vertical in finance is now a honey pot for investors looking to back the next generation of financial services. This infographic explores why that gold rush isn’t stopping any time soon, as innovation continues to thrive.
Want to dine, drink and network with some of London’s fintech stars? There’re still a few tickets left for the Fintech Innovation Awards! Taking place on the 13th of April at The Brewery, the event will feature keynotes from London mayoral candidate Zac Goldsmith and Professor Dan Ariely, as well as Julia Streets as host and Alan Dedicoat ‘Voice of the Balls’ as the Voice of God. To secure your place, register your interest here, contact Stephen McMaugh or call +44 (0) 208 080 9164.
Apps are a critical part of treasury's shift into mobile banking as 67% of treasury and corporate finance professionals said mobile banking services are of particular interest to them in a recent survey.
The fact that the world’s biggest technology firms are branching out into the physical world is a huge opportunity for traditional business models, said inspirational speaker Laurent Haug told treasurers at the BNP Paribas Cash Management University.
It’s no secret that technology is rapidly changing the face of treasury. Joseph Reger, fellow and chief technical officer in EMEIA at Fujitsu, believes that 2018 will be a coming of age for both artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things (IoT).
Despite being behind the likes of Europe and China, the US payments industry is now rapidly advancing, said Anish Kapoor, CEO of AccessPay told GTNews in an exclusive interview.