The current politically charged environment provides opportunities for financial advisors to demonstrate that they truly understand their clients in ways that straight automated solutions can’t. They’ll need the help of technology to do that efficiently.
How can FinTech practitioners turbocharge their products? Instead of looking at just ‘tech’ capabilities, they need to look at an unlikely source: Behavioral Science. This post explains why along with interview insights from a Financial Psychology subject matter expert.
Compliance is usually seen as a friction creator in Financial Services. Can it become a customer delighter? Yes, says this FinTech Compliance leader. He also shares advice on career transition from FinServ to FinTech Compliance.
If you are a business professional looking to experience an early stage FinTech startup or understand how fintech ‘products’ are developed, participate in a hackathon. That’s because hackathon environments are similar to early stage startup’s in many ways. The post explains.
FinTech requires good marketing talent to succeed. Marketing professionals in traditional Financial Institutions want to transition to Fintech industry. How can they transition their career from Financial Services to FinTech? This post explores this topic with insights from a subject matter interview.
While ‘Fin’ and ‘Tech’ skills are necessarily for a FinTech’s success, they are not sufficient. Scaling a FinTech startup requires other critical skills – some which are recognized by entrepreneurs and others that are unconsciously ‘deferred’.
When the industry is moving towards FinTech-FinServ collaboration, how do you build an effective B2B FinTech solution and company? This post explores that topic with insights from a FinTech Entrepreneur.
Wealth Management as a Platform (WMaaP) can bring much needed transparency and power to the average investor, but is Asia a better ecosystem for WMaaP than mature markets like US and EU?
Virtual Reality can help Financial Services and FinTech companies increase productivity and client engagement – if applied in the right way. This post explains how.
The US Wealth Management/ PFM industry seems to be taking a myopic view of digitialization by equating “digital” to just “roboadvisors.” By doing so, it could hurt consumers as well as the industry players themselves.