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Total size of US personal lending market is $800 billion while the amount at risk of leaving and floating to the P2P lenders is $200 billion
The value of noncash transactions will probably reach an estimated $700 trillion by 2023. The payments revenue will reach almost $2 trillion
Fintech companies ended the age when investment activities were considered as exclusive opportunity for rich people. The age of easy investments in now.
It seems that blockchain is going to change everything. Literally. The finance industry is only the beginning. Healthcare, digital identity, legislation and other industries will follow soon.
The global insurance industry is worth nearly $5 trillion and fintech firms are ready to enter into this huge market. Legacy players should be prepared to the tough competition. Insurtech firms are leveraging new technology to provide customers with efficient and convenient solutions.
Fintech companies make personal finance management easy, interesting and almost effortless. A wide variety of apps and tools are available to keep your finance in order.
Fintech and cyber security are closely connected, with financial organisations throughout the world seeing cyber security as a huge priority.
It’s obviously that banking will never be the same as it was before fintech. Fintech companies made it smarter, faster and cheaper. Simple and convenient solutions are coming.
Under the different estimates the total global crowdfunding industry fundraising volume reached $34 billion in 2015. Fintech companies are pillars not disruptors of this industry.
Cloud-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions are growing fast and being used a lot by fintech startups.
It's important for fintech companies to stay current with financial industry regulations. Automated compliance solutions are presented here.
Remittance flows to developing countries are expected to reach $600 billion by 2017, while reaching over $700 billion worldwide
The total value of all blockchain-based currencies in circulation is near $15 billion while the total value of bitcoin market is approximately $10 billion.
Robo-advisors directly manage more than $21 billion so far. They may dramatically increase assets under management to $2 trillion by 2020
Real estate is going to be disrupted by fintech companies as well as other lucrative industries.
Big data is everywhere. Especially in finance industry. Enormously huge amounts of information are changing the way finance companies do their business and consequently the quality of financial services is changing too.
Nowadays APIs are underlying a lot of financial innovations. Fintech startups are leveraging APIs to be able to build innovative products faster and simpler.
Authentication is one of the key processes in any fintech solution.
There are a lot of completely new, unexpected solution for good old accounting. Some of them makes accounting not only easy, but even fun enough.
Fintech startups are trying to revolutionize one more area of the financial world - debt collection.
The most attractive ecosystem for fintech companies remains in US with its four top locations - New York, Silicon Valley, Los Angeles and Boston.
The UK remains in the forefront of fintech revolution. However London’s position as the global capital of fintech is under threat after the brexit.
Germany is expected to catch up in the competition with the top global fintech regions. Its FinTech market is extremely dynamic now.
Australia’s growing fintech industry has received a strong boost in recent month. FinTech is going to revolutionise how finance works in Australia.
With a population of only 8.5 million people, Israel, fights for its place among the global fintech hubs.
Switzerland is one of the main global financial centers. It remains attractive place to start a business despite the high cost of living and the corresponding high salaries needed to attract talents.
Sweden is a home to many fintech startups. It is among the biggest European fintech hubs.
The market size of China’s fintech industry has reached estimated $2 trillion in the first half of 2016. The dominating fintech sector is payments.
Brazil has become one of the most attractive Latin American countries with fast developing fintech market.
Fintech companies are increasingly considering Irish headquarters because of UK's departure from Europe.
According to different estimates India has a presence of around 400 fintech companies with an investment of about $420 million in 2015.
Canada's emerging fintech industry is a hot topic today. Its fintech market is beginning to see major momentum.
The financial services marketplace in New Zealand is highly competitive because New Zealand is a quite small market with a relatively large population of financial services offerings.
Netherlands has a lot of tech savvy and rich people, which makes it a perfect location for starting a fintech business.
As a one of the global financial centres Luxembourg has positioned itself among the world leaders in fintech field.
France fintech fintech scene consists of more than 60 companies covering the major various sectors of digital finance.
Hong Kong is making a move to challenge all the main Asian fintech locations as the dominant location for fintech companies in Asia.
Mexican fintech ecosystem is steaming ahead. A lot of great fintech solutions are proposed on the local market.
Despite terrible corruption fueled up by kleptocracy regime, Russian private entrepreneurs make giant efforts to roll out some excellent solutions in fintech field.
Singapore's fintech sector is flourishing with a number of startups standing out. Singapore has made fintech a high priority as it intends to keep its leading position as a global financial center.
The concept of Fintech got a breakthrough in Denmark in 2015, reaching both the press and the political environment.
We are observing the rapid development of African fintech, which exploded in the years following the 2008 global meltdown. It threatens established players in the mainstream financial services sector.