Technology is revolutionising finance and the potential for it to transform the industry further is enormous.

FinTech is turning traditional banking and investment on its head, questioning the wisdom of legacy systems and providing customers with choice, new features and above all else access.


The promise of artificial intelligence and digitisation is limitless for banking and finance, bringing down the barriers to access and empowering people with more options.

Three key emerging developments were forecast including the further
growth of crypto assets, such as bitcoin; the tokenisation of existing assets on to a digital medium; and finally the emergence
of new customers such as the currently unbanked, and other economic actors, including machines as part of the internet of
things (IoT).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vUiFZF4Q2hY
Technology is revolutionising finance and the potential for it to transform the industry further is enormous. FinTech is turning traditional banking and investment on its head, questioning the wisdom of legacy systems and providing customers with choice, new features and above all else access. The promise of artificial intelligence and digitisation is limitless for banking and finance, bringing down the barriers to access and empowering people with more options. Three key emerging developments were forecast including the further growth of crypto assets, such as bitcoin; the tokenisation of existing assets on to a digital medium; and finally the emergence of new customers such as the currently unbanked, and other economic actors, including machines as part of the internet of things (IoT). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vUiFZF4Q2hY
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