It's time for our first issue of the new decade. It will include an overview of 2020 fintech and a look back about the most important fintech deals of the last year. Thank you for reading - Max and the FinTech Weekly Team
AI & machine learning will improve Fintech in 2020 by increasing the accuracy and personalization of payment, lending, and insurance services while also helping to discover new borrower pools.
All indicators confirm that investment in fintech, new technology that can improve and automate financial services, is skyrocketing and is expected to exceed $30 billion by 2020.
2019 kicked off with a series of large, multibillion-dollar acquisitions that promised to forever change the landscape of the payments industry.
Financial institutions that see fintech partnership as a way of outsourcing digital innovation sadly cheat themselves and their partners.
Throughout the past year, the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and other forms of technology within the financial services industry has continued apace.
“As central banks, we are fundamentally open to innovation,” said Burkhard Balz, executive board member of the Bundesbank, speaking in Singapore in November.
FinTech or Financial technology has become a popular industry for helping to innovate financial transaction services and online security.
Monica Desai Weiss is an investor at Silicon Valley venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins, where she focuses on fintech and blockchain.
Fintech remains one of the hottest tech verticals in Africa. This year saw African fintech startups based on the continent raise over $53-million in 25 deals (in disclosed deals).
Tis the season for predictions as we close out the last ten years and head into 2020 and a new decade of bold technological innovation.
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