The growing trend for cashless payments is causing huge demand for the financial technology that powers it – fintech. The sector, now ranging from digital payments to cybersecurity and big data, offers double-digit growth. We are focusing on three investment themes in 2021: 1. Digitalization and data collection 2. The tightening regulatory grip and 3. M&A and IPO activity.Download the Investment Opportunity
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Fintech offers abundant opportunities to monetize digitalization with a well-diversified portfolio consisting of winners, enablers and challengers. This strategy invests in sectors such as Payments, Security and Core Banking.
Targeting the alphabet soup of opportunities
Fintech has proven to be one of the few winners of Covid-19, as the pandemic has accelerated the already brisk digitalization of financial services. In this webinar, Koos Burema, Portfolio Manager, and Carl Ghielen, Client Portfolio Manager, outline how fintech has become an alphabet soup of opportunities.
At the end of the session, we covered:
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