While the focus tends to be on the traditional fintech hubs, such as London, Singapore and San Francisco, as well as some of fintech’s rising stars like New Zealand, Australia and the Netherlands, emerging markets are also changing the game. Despite London having been deemed the ‘fintech capital’, the numerous fintech developments we are seeing in other countries are challenging this perception and increasingly we are seeing new fintech hubs emerge around the world. So, is London still the fintech capital of the world or have other large and emerging markets now caught up and are ready to take this title?
July 18, 2019 /
Interesting press release from TechNation, following another highly successful London Tech Week when London hosted >55,000 tech leaders from >90 countries. New analysis of the 2.1 million people that work in the digital tech sector and live job adverts has captured the extent to which the digital tech sector is spreading beyond its stronghold in London and the South East.
July 10, 2019 /
With more information than ever being passed up to the boardroom, chief financial officers are looking to exploit the power of big data.
July 7, 2019 /
Catalina Consulting, in association with IFI Global and PwC will present a seminar 'Developing the Irish Funds Industry for the 2020s’, on the morning of Wednesday 11th September 2019, at PwC, Spencer Dock, Dublin 1. This important seminar will allow leaders in asset management to have a wide-ranging debate on the next stage of the Irish fund industry’s development and to network with like-minded people. It will focus on the topics that are critical to the industry’s further growth – the evolution of ManCo platforms, Fund Governance & Risk, Productivity and Technology.
July 2, 2019 /
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