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.
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.
There is little room in the market for standalone investment management services, Nucoro COO Nikolai Hack 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.
No other RegTech sector has attracted as much investment as cybersecurity companies – and it doesn’t seem like that’s going to change anytime soon.
Ever since the UK voted to leave Europe in 2016, there has been a cloud of uncertainty on the FinTech market. Most discussions painted it as doom and gloom, but the amount of capital still being deployed to the country’s FinTechs, suggests things might be fine.
COVID-19 could be great for the InsurTech industry as the crisis highlight where insurers’ shortcomings are. But that does not mean there won’t be hard times ahead.
Investment into Australian FinTech skyrocketed last year, but why has it become so appealing?
Despite being more than three years in the making, the UK’s divorce from the EU is still a cause of great uncertainty for financial services firms.