An event recap covers open banking, RegTech, the role of women in FinTech, the vital role start-ups and venture capital funds play in a testament of the way in which FinTech is revolutionizing financial services across the region.
India is today the world’s second largest financial technology hub. The US is number one, globally. India follows with 2,035 FinTech firms operating in the country, the sector raised a record $2 billion in funding across 165 deals and more.
The event held in Riga, Latvia featured a panel discussing the role of regulation, current trends in finance and what to expect in 2019, the future of cryptocurrencies and how startups and traditional banks compete and cooperate.
New technologies in the fintech and wealthtech space will bring new opportunities for those less fortunate to invest as the privileged do, opening up the space for new startups offering services to millions.
The Panel: Charles Storry, Head of Strategic Partnerships - SVK Crypto; Andrew Robinson, Business Development – Coinbase; Andrea Bonaceto, Founding Partner & CEO- Eterna; Capital Neil Staunton, CEO- Crypton AI
How will crypto markets fare in the year ahead? Can blockchain companies separate themselves from the pack? Is Bitcoin too slow to compete with the next wave of crypto competitors or will it soar to new heights?
While bank and FinTech partnerships have come to fruition, 2019 is definitely the year you will see them become more mainstream. Learn more about the role of AI, machine learning, robotic process automation and more.
Financial technology already makes banking and paying bills easier, but the sector is now making inroads into almost every corner of capital markets, from bond origination, to debt management and insurance applications.
A Q&A at the EU Parliament starting off with Syed Kamall, Economic Affairs & Trade Committees, UK Parliament, starting with “what can you use blockchain for now and the future, and what will it never be used for.”
Scott Meyerhoff, CFO at InComm and chairman of the board of directors for FinTech Atlanta, explains how "Transaction Alley" has brought millions of dollars and thousands of jobs to metro Atlanta... And it continues to grow
In this episode: how institutions can adapt to the way people do business in a digital ecosystem. We get insight from the people who are innovating and breaking down this challenge to help their customers.