Thankfully for investment managers and investors alike, the overall picture is not as bleak as the above depiction could lead us to believe. Key technological advances on the operational front have empowered both investors and managers equally.
FinTech companies provide the chance for Private Bankers and Wealth Managers to position themselves as 4.0 Trusted Advisors.
Identity authentication and management with less reliance on traditional identity data means we’ll be seeing a lot more Blockchain-based tech in Identity.
ReTech companies are creating innovative solutions which are fuelled by advances in different fields within big data. One such field is streaming analytics.
As the regulatory technology landscape is expected to change dramatically over the next few years we'll find out who will be the winners and losers in this competitive economic climate.
How are insurance organisations starting to leverage a new, more practical and viable strand of industrial AI
The role of underwriters and brokers in the Commercial Insurance market, accounting is an area where Insurtech innovation has had a relatively slow start.
Without proven feasibility and scalabilities, exaggerating the potential impact of Insurtech could, in turn, damage the prospects and development.
At the recent G20 summit in Germany, Australian Federal Treasurer Scott Morrison said that financial institutions spend more than $70bn on compliance annually.
For enterprise data frameworks which maximizes data sharing among subsidiaries it is imperative to have RegTech applications in a consolidated architecture.