The global experience with COVID-19 gave financial services companies a unique opportunity to refocus and rebuild the trust of their customers, ultimately leading to their loyalty. Banking is now embedded in the customers’ lifestyle; and as part of banks' continued digital transformation, they can serve their customers through multiple channels and technologies. The use of technology to automate processes removes internal obstacles and creates a seamless customer experience. Key to this automation is advances like AI, data analytics, and systems that can react quickly to the market.
The acceleration of work-from-home culture and convergence of technology with financial services (Fintech) aligns with Frost & Sullivan's own breadth and depth of expertise. Frost & Sullivan tracks the digital transformation of financial services companies and fintech disruptors. The Fintech industry is extensive. It is comprised of multiple subsectors; each of which have trends specific to them, and to each global region. Having a 360-degree view of emerging technologies, the global financial services industry, and regional expertise creates a unique perspective that is valuable to our research and advisory for clients.
The Fintech subsectors we cover include:
• Verticals: Digital Banking, Insurtech, Wealthtech
• Enablers: Cloud, Data and Analytics, Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), and Internet of Things (IoT)
• Services: Lending Platforms, Regtech, Paytech
05 Apr 2018  |  Europe
Impact of Emerging Technologies will Encourage New Business Models in European FinTech
FinTech in Europe is evolving rapidly and 2017 has been an eventful year for the industry. Some of the areas within FinTech that witnessed significant growth during 2017 include Banking-as-a-Service (BaaS), PayTech, InsurTech, RegTech, and Biometrics. The technology trends that have also significantly impacted the industry include cloud, Internet o...$4,950.00