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Gupta, Pranay / Tham, T. Mandy


The New DNA of Financial Services

    42,99 € / $49.99 / £39.00*

    Publication Date:
    December 2018
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    Aims and Scope

    This extraordinary book, written by leading players in a burgeoning technology revolution, is about the merger of finance and technology (fintech), and covers its various aspects and how they impact each discipline within the financial services industry. It is an honest and direct analysis of where each segment of financial services will stand.

    Fintech: The New DNA of Financial Services provides an in-depth introduction to understanding the various areas of fintech and terminology such as AI, big data, robo-advisory, blockchain, cryptocurrency, InsurTech, cloud computing, crowdfunding and many more. Contributions from fintech innovators discuss banking, insurance and investment management applications, as well as the legal and human resource implications of fintech in the future.


    24.0 x 17.0 cm
    xxxii, 514 pages
    70 Fig.
    Type of Publication:
    Specialist Text
    Fintech; Wealthtech; Insure-tech; Health-tech; Startup; Blockchain; Data science; Crowdfunding; Cyberassets; Automation; Regulation; AI

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    Pranay Gupta, National University of Singapore; T. Mandy Tham, Singapore Management University


    Fintech is now a "must-know" area of knowledge for financial services professionals and students alike. Institutions and regulators must both adapt to this evolution. This book is a great compilation of the variety of fintech developments.

    —Sopnendu Mohanty, Chief Fintech Officer, Monetary Authority of Singapore

    Fintech is one of the most important developments in the finance industry in decades. Pranay and Mandy have provided a great service to the industry by compiling a comprehensive text covering all major aspects of fintech which does not require pre-existing programming or econometrics skills. It’s a must-read for those trying to stay current.

    —Stephen Horan, Managing Director – Credentialing, CFA Institute

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