ch but there are 4 in 2022. Competition for market proof, efforts to capitalise on a new generation of financial services customers and a war for talent will concentrate the minds of investors, innovators, traditional institutions - and governments this
Next month Findexable will publish the first Fintech Diversity Radar, a report looking at the role that women play – or, don’t play– in global fintech, and how our industry can build more balanced, inclusive and representative businesses for the
The problem with benchmarks is that the metric quickly becomes a yardstick by which all success is judged. Simon Hardie, CEO of findexable, explains why “in a multipolar world, our addiction to measuring economic growth is no longer flexible enough
In the second of our 2-part series the findexable team were joined by the financial centres of Luxembourg, Doha and Hong Kong with co-host, Jochen Biedermann, Managing Director of the World Alliance of International Financial Centers.
In fast-changing world financial services firms need to improve their ability to adapt to change - this ability is already becoming a leading indicator of their future success or likely default. Alberto Garuccio, Innovation leader at Reale Mutua and findexable’s
In the first of a 2-part series representatives from global financial centers in London, Paris, and Toronto joined Jochen Biedermann and Simon Hardie to discuss the impact of Covid-19 and the role of financial centers in preparing for recovery.
Consumers are unlikely to give much, if any, thought to the impact of the corona-crisis on the rarefied world of payments. But its pivotal role in ‘keeping the lights on’ as we WFH and its role in global innovation means
Sebastián Olivera, Founder of Fintech IberoAmérica and Ambassador Latin America and Iberia at Findexable, shares stories and updates from our network of partners across the world about the challenges they’re facing and the strategies they’re deploying to face up to