To mark International Women’s Day, FinTech Global spoke to a number of successful women in senior positions in the industry about their careers, challenges they’ve encountered, and what can be done to achieve great gender equality in the FinTech industry.
Cloud Insurance started life after a string of coincidences. Axel Sjøstedt was studying at university and to help pay the student financing he did some tech consulting on the side.
Sparebanken Møre, a Norwegian savings bank, hopes to become a leading player in the wealth management space. To achieve this, it is working with TietoEVRY and its WealthMapper solution.
The insurance sector has changed quite a bit over the past years; however, it is currently undertaking its biggest ever transformation - the shift towards a fully personalised approach towards the consumers, and usage-based insurance (UBI) as a prominent example of that shift.
In digital transformation initiatives, claims experiences have often been neglected due to the fact they are an expense and not a value driver. However, improving customer experience in these processes could be the secret to keeping more clients. One of the companies pioneering this charge is Benekiva.
Last year proved to be big for the WealthTech sector, but what will the growth drivers be in 2022?
As hopes are 2022 will be the end of the pandemic and a return to normality, Dreamquark has offered the five big trends WealthTechs should be following this year and the four challenges to watch out for.
Process management - be it for client lifecycle management, risk management and compliance or corporate governance - for regulated companies is high-volume and time-intensive yet getting it right is critical to ensuring a firm remains efficient, regulatory-compliant and competitive.
Muinmos was founded back in 2012 after Remonda Kirketerp-Møllersaw a big gap in the market for making client onboarding simpler andmore efficient in financial services. With a rapidly growing global clientbase of banks, investment firms and asset managers, the company isemerging as a major player in key global markets
The market opportunity for trade surveillance systems is steadily rising. A recent report from The Insight Partners asserted that the market will reach $2.7bn by 2028 – rising from $850m in 2019. Back in 2014, Travis Schwab sensed there would be growing demand for the sector and decided to capitalise on the gap in the market by founding Eventus Systems.