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全球金融科技市場演進:2020年

Global Fintech Evolution 2020

出版商 RFI Group 商品編碼 966870
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 50 Pages
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全球金融科技市場演進:2020年 Global Fintech Evolution 2020
出版日期: 2020年09月01日內容資訊: 英文 50 Pages
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由於過去數年的技術創新,金融科技提供付款,FX,投資,貸款等所有金融服務。僅提供數位服務的金融科技提供商的使用增加,2020年達到歷史上最高等級。這些供應商的利用,由於便利性和降低成本等優點,以印度和中國為首全球擴張。

本報告提供全球主要10個國家金融科技趨勢,用戶的熱情調查,彙整現有及新業務者趨勢等資料。

調查對象國家

  • 澳洲
  • 加拿大
  • 中國
  • 法國
  • 香港
  • 印度
  • 墨西哥
  • 新加坡
  • 英國
  • 美國
目錄

Global FinTech Evolution 2020: Over the last few years, technology innovation has led to a FinTech boom, with digital disruptors cropping up across the world to serve consumers across payments, FX, investments and lending. Free from legacy systems, FinTechs can quickly adapt and focus their services to offer consumers a more convenient, tailored and cost-effective service, and make financial services more widely accessible. RFi Group's Global FinTech Evolution 2020 is a comprehensive review of the rise of FinTechs, exploring consumer appetite for digital financial services across ten international markets of Australia, Canada, China, France, Hong Kong, India, Mexico, Singapore, the UK, and the USA. With just under half of consumers globally having used a FinTech, the report examines the key appeals of new and emerging players and how uptake of these services is likely to affect traditional banking paradigm.

Consumer comfort with using digital-only providers has risen sharply, with 2020 heralding its highest levels ever. While India and China leading are leading FinTech adoption, use of these providers is growing globally, driven by perceptions of their ease of use and cost savings. The emergence of FinTech has led to a shift in banking behaviours, with FinTech users often relying on these providers for their main transactional relationship. However, consumers are far less comfortable with the idea of depositing their salaries with these providers, highlighting the biggest barrier to FinTech growth: trust. While consumers place most trust in banks to protect their money and personal data, traditional institutions will continue to hold a key competitive advantage.