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Financial Technology

Case Studies in Fintech Innovation

Bridge the theory and practice behind fintech with this textbook which includes up-to-date case studies, clear explanations of new technologies and academic frameworks.
EAN: 9781789665437
Edition: 1
Published:
Format: 240x170
272 pages

About the book

With the continued success of fintech (financial technology) businesses around the world, financial services are becoming increasingly de-centralized, personalized, and automated. This new textbook strikes a balance between academic depth and commercial relevance in examining the advantages and challenges of these changes through the lens of various analytical frameworks. Financial Technology demystifies key technologies, such as blockchains, APIs, AI, machine learning, and cloud computing, in a clear and accessible style suitable for readers with no technological background.

Real-world case studies from a variety of international organizations including Lloyds Bank, TransferWise, Generali, Starling and Stocktwits, bridge the gap between theory and practice and contextualize learning in terms of real businesses, from large incumbents to smaller start-ups. With coverage of robo-advisors, mobile-only banks, open banking and risk and regulation, this book also explores a range of analytical frameworks to critically examine new technologies and emerging business models.

Financial Technology enables readers to understand the fintech movement in the context of recent financial history, examine the key drivers of change and form insights about the financial system in a forward-looking and global manner. Online resources include PowerPoint slides for lecturers and additional case studies.

About the authors

Niels Pedersen is a Senior Lecturer on the MSc Financial Technology programme at Manchester Metropolitan University, UK, and a regular conference speaker on fintech. As a Chartered Accountant (ICAEW), he worked at PwC and the Financial Services Authority before coming to academia.

Pitched against the backdrop of an evolving digital economy witnessing unprecedented innovation, change and societal challenges, this book captures key aspects of the fluid fintech landscape while adding to the growing body of knowledge in this emergent field.

Karen Elliott, Associate Professor of Enterprise and Innovation, Newcastle University Business School