Banking Technology December/January issue out now
Ready to take 2021 by the horns
The latest edition of our flagship magazine – Banking Technology – is out now, packed with news, analysis and insights, case studies, research and expert commentary.
A note from our editor, Sharon Kimathi:
It’s been an incredibly challenging year for all of us, from pandemic lockdowns and the tragic loss of loved ones to widening social divisions. This year has left people exhausted and exasperated, “doomscrolling” through social media reading the headlines, but it has not taken away our hope for a better future ahead.
We are at a pivotal moment in history as scientists around the world work tirelessly at providing us with a vaccine to return to some semblance of normalcy and overcome this period of uncertainty. It’s also exciting because we can re-define what “normal” means. The requirement to stay at home has led to a positive environmental impact as there were lower fuel emissions and pollution due to fewer commuters. It also saw spawned innovation in digital products to enable us to stay safe and connected, whilst governmental support for fintech firms increased across the globe.
In this year’s Fintech Review, Fintech Futures reporter, Ruby Hinchliffe, dissects her top five 2020 fintech trends, highlighting the great strides in digitalisation across the payments and open banking landscape. She also examines the major fintech mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and explores why investors are showing a keen interest in “embedded finance-focused” start-ups.
We hope you have enjoyed this year’s Banking Technology magazines and supplements. From all of us at FinTech Futures, we wish you and your families a wonderful holiday season and a fantastic new year!
The December/January edition of Banking Technology features:
Fintech review 2020
Ask the expert
Solving the “partnership problem”
2020: A shock to the system
Through a Gen Z lens
The perennial BNPL crown
I’m just saying…
Banking for good
Food for thought
The times are always a’ changing
Fintalk of the town
Our “Gossip Girl” has been a fly on the wall.
And not to forget the Regulars of course:
Fintech feed – the good, the bad and the ugly.
Appointments – the movers and the shakers.