Below are 14 charts about fintech I found quite interesting. They each pickup on different themes — from mobile banking to payment technology. These are great for pitchbooks to investors, customers and employees.
Fintech is pulling in the money, but unfortunately not senior women executives.
Many of these new firms are promising to radically transform the banking world. Technology, they say, will make finance more transparent, fairer and more focused on its customers (or users, as they would call them).
But when it comes to gender diversity, the disruptors seem to be stuck with the same bad habits of the incumbents they threaten to wipe out.
Fintech is on fire. Better, it’s white hot. According to an oft-cited study released by Accenture, global investment in financial technology ventures tripled from US$928 million to US$2.97 billion between 2008 and 2013. This figure is expected to snowball to a whopping US$6 to 8 billion by 2018.
Alternative source of funding is the new buzz word in the financial sector. Very simply it is innovation centered around various financial instruments that looks to simplify the borrowing and lending process and help businesses in their financial goals.