Industries

Financial Technology - Industry

Financial Technology - Industry

Fintech is an industry covering all kinds of technology in financial services—from businesses to consumers. It describes any company that provides financial services through software or other technology and comprises anything from mobile payment apps to cryptocurrency. A lot of fintech products are designed to connect consumers' finances with technology for ease of use.

Asset Classes

Cryptocurrency

Industries

Software
Technology

Mentioned by the Following

Entities

Aletheia Capital
Ally Invest
Americor
Anchorage
Apeiron Investment Group
B Capital Group
BGC Partners
Binance
Blue Ox Healthcare Partners
Callais Capital Management
Camp One Ventures
Clocktower Technology Ventures
Coinbase
Concordium
ConsenSys
Essentia Analytics
Ethic
FarmTogether
Fasanara Capital
Horton Point
HousingWire
I Know First
Interactive Brokers
Montgomery Securities
Northern Trust Corporation
On Deck
OpenInvest
PacificBridge Capital
Quant Network
Radiant Value Management
Rosenblatt Securities
Sanctuary Wealth
Schulte Research
Silvergate Bank
Smartkarma
Social Leverage
Spark Capital
Stockopedia
Tiger Global Management
Tiger Management Corp
Virtu Financial
Xapo
Yieldstreet

People

Alex Batlin
Andrew Economos
Andrew Marks
Ariel Yusim
Bradley Duke
Christian Angermayer
Clare Flynn Levy
Conor Murray
Cormac Leech
Dean McClelland
Diego Gutiérrez Zaldívar
Dimitri Sogoloff
Donna Redel
Eric Demuth
Ezra Zask
George Peacock
Gilbert Verdian
Greg Kidd
Hossein Azari
Hudson James
JP Thieriot
Jay Lipman
Jeff Dorman
Jessica Rabe
Jill Carlson
John Dwyer
Josh Elwell
Josh Williams
Katie Haun
Kelly Rodriques
Laura Shin
Lone Fønss Schrøder
Loretta Joseph
Loïc Fery
Luca Cosentino
Marc Bhargava
Maxine Ryan
Michael Sonnenshein
Paul Schulte
Peter Smith
Rex Woodbury
Robert Leshner
Santiago Santos
Saum Noursalehi
Scott Lynn
Shalin Madan
Sheila Bair
Simon Dixon
Stani Kulechov
Steve Strazza
Sunayna Tuteja
Tegan Kline
Walt Vester
Wences Casares
Yasmin Razavi
Yoni Assia

Publications

The Golden Revolution, Revisited

  • Initially, fintech referred to technology that was applied to the back-end systems of banks or other financial institutions.
  • Today, it encompasses a plethora of other applications that are more consumer-focused.
  • In 2020, it is possible to manage funds, trade stocks, pay for food, or manage insurance through this technology.
  • Fintech has been used for many of the newest technological developments—from payment apps like PayPal or Venmo to even cryptocurrency.