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Five reasons to invest in fintech
Five reasons to invest in fintech
The growing trend for cashless payments is causing huge demand for the financial technology that powers it – fintech.
28-10-2019 | Insight
Next in fintech: ecosystem enablers
Next in fintech: ecosystem enablers
The boom in fintech and digital payments continues unabated.
22-10-2019 | Insight
Tackling the Achilles heel of the financial sector
Tackling the Achilles heel of the financial sector
Since the global financial crisis, US banks have paid more than USD 160 billion in fines for non-compliance.
24-09-2019 | Insight
Tokenizing real assets
Tokenizing real assets
Bitcoin was the first application of blockchain technology.
17-04-2019 | Insight
Spending one bitcoin = 330,000 credit card transactions
Spending one bitcoin = 330,000 credit card transactions
The average bitcoin transaction now uses 330,000 times more energy than a credit card, new research shows.
11-04-2019 | Stunning statistics
Robeco involves cyber expert in its investment process
Robeco involves cyber expert in its investment process
Robeco has involved a cyber expert in its investment process for the past year.
10-07-2018 | Insight
Fintech: invest in the digital future of financials
Fintech: invest in the digital future of financials
The traditional banking business is being radically transformed.
04-12-2017 | Insight
The rationale for trends investing
The rationale for trends investing
Everybody loves a good story, but there’s more to trends investing than just good stories.
06-09-2017 | Research
Artificial intelligence: humanity's final invention?
Artificial intelligence: humanity's final invention?
Artificial intelligence (AI) is a broad concept which has been around since the 1950s.
04-01-2017 | Research
Gearing up for self-driving cars
Gearing up for self-driving cars
Road mobility is evolving at great speed.
24-10-2016 | Research
How will blockchain impact the financial industry?
How will blockchain impact the financial industry?
Distributed ledger technology, such as blockchain, has been gaining a lot of attention as the underlying infrastructure of Bitcoin.
20-05-2016 | Research
The future of asset management
The future of asset management
The asset management industry is going to change substantially in the coming years.
14-04-2016 | Research
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