The FinTech industry is punctuated with thought leaders and business owners who are passionate about this “banking revolution”.
This passion for disrupting and changing the face of global banking disseminates throughout the business, creating a truly unique company culture. FinTech compliance candidates need to value company culture, possess the right technical expertise and be effective communicators to drive regulatory change throughout the business.
Barclay Simpson undertakes recruitment and retained search assignments for internal audit, compliance, legal, risk, cyber security corporate security and resilience, and treasury professionals. You can learn more about their work and 2018 report here.
. In the latest report from PA Consulting, they spell out what they believe change looks like, some of the work already under way, and what it will take to go further.
The Emerging Payments Association is pleased to take the opportunity to respond to HM Treasury on this critical policy area for payment services in the UK. Before addressing the specific questions in the call for evidence, we set out here six main points that we believe are critical to how digital payments and cash develop over the next 10 years or more.
In a world where technology is increasingly pervasive, rapid recent advancements in artificial intelligence (AI) may represent the best strategy for financial services organizations to respond.
AiiA.net has undertaken research on the current and future impact of AI on the banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI) sectors. The findings show that, as an enormously powerful tool, AI presents BFSI organizations with the opportunity to curb the growing avalanche of data, and address many of their key competitive and growth agendas.
FinTech is all about innovation, disruption and transformation, and will undoubtedly impact and shape the way financial institutions around the world operate. Explore the key themes of our report, as well as in our Executive Summary, and download the Global report to find out how senior financial services and FinTech executives around the world prepare their organisations for the impact of FinTech.
Globally, the fintech market made a strong rebound in Q2’17, with total investment more than doubling on a quarter-over-quarter basis to more than USD $8.4 billion. Large increases in private equity (PE) funding and M&A funding propelled the increase, while the amount of venture capital (VC) investment held relatively steady.
The 14th annual report brings you insights from leading industry analysts, banking consultants and financial technology professionals on the latest technology and services bankers are buying in 2017.
Report content includes:
- FinTech - Hype or Disruption?
- Rise of the FinTech Movement
- FinTechs, Traditional Firms, Must Improve on Delivering Positive Moments of Truth to Customers
- In Face of FinTechs, Traditional Firms Struggling to Apply Innovation
- Blockchain Finds Numerous Applications in Financial Services Industry