Money laundering in global financial markets is like “whack-a-mole”, when you stop one scheme, another just pops up, according to Daniel Nisman, the head of financial sector solutions at web intelligence company Cobwebs.
Insurance firms should only begin experimenting with new and exciting customer experiences once they get the basics right, says Mark Moran, head of product at insurance customer engagement platform ManageMy.
From working at his dinner table to being named a leader of Australia’s RegTech industry, Anthony Quinn has come a long way since launching Arctic Intelligence in 2015.
COVID-19 has plunged financial markets into chaos, but the pandemic also represents both challenges and opportunities for FinTech companies as they adjust to a whole new reality.
AI technology has been at the forefront of discussions around technology for a number of years now and it has been able to provide the insurance world with a plethora of benefits.
Despite the hype around big data and data analytics, questions are placed on if it has it even come close to living up to the potential placed upon it.
Too many people still do not have a financial plan in place and are unaware of how vital it is for themselves and their families, according to Angela Pecoraro, CEO of financial software developer Advicent.
No two companies are the same, so flexibility is key for a business looking to offer digitalization services to the wealth management space.
It is easy for a company to get complacent after establishing a foothold in the marketplace, but if you don’t disrupt yourself, you will get disrupted, Dave Simpson, head of EMEA at custom technology developer GBST, told FinTech Global.
Robo-advisers have been a major point of discussion in recent years. However, Embark Group CEO Phil Smith believes we’re not even out of the “stone age” of them yet.