WealthTech, a portmanteau of wealth technology and subset of Fintech, refers generally to technology that aims to make wealth management and investment services and their delivery more efficient and automated.
The Technology enabling and supporting FinTech is important to understand, and this module provides a brief introduction to each of the areas of technology that enable FinTech business changes, including identity and privacy technologies, blockchain and encryption, big data analytics, AI and automation, and consumer.
This course will introduce students to the theory and applied concepts of digital lending for all levels, beginners to advanced professionals related to the banking and finance industry. We will then explore crowdfunding, the four types of crowdfunding, the issues with crowdfunding and market risk in this industry.
This course will help you understand the technology enabled changes, learn what are the key aspects to be considered for building your business models and how to effectively implement digital transformation projects, and help guide your profession in tomorrow’s business world.
The module covers the need and importance of cyber security in FinTech along with regulations around it. It also covers types of cyber-attack for individuals and organizations.
Fintech stands for Financial Technology. When finance collaborate with technology for better products and efficient processes, the term Fintech is used in general sense.
An Industry Overview of Open Banking is the first course of the Open Banking & Platforms Finance Specialization – CFTE’s programme designed for finance professionals to get a comprehensive understanding of the dominating force of the platform-as-a-business-model in finance. Data is open. And so will your bank accounts.