Fintech (Financial Technology) Market to hit $460 billion by 2025 – Global Insights on Growth Drivers, Key Trends, Strategic Initiatives, Value Chain Analysis and Future Outlook: Adroit Market Research
Dallas, Texas, Jan. 29, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Fintech (Financial technology) Market by Type (Application Program Interface (API), Data Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, and Others), By Applications (Banking and Payments, Financial Management, Financing, and Insurance), and By Region, Global Forecast 2018 to 2025” study provides an elaborative view of historic, present and forecasted market estimates.
Increasing the use of mobile banking applications for digital payments or other banking applications is expected to impact positively on the global fintech market in the given analysis period. Mobile banking applications have become an integral part of bank offerings, allowing them to compete in this market. It is recorded that, around 87% of the population in the U.S. has mobile phones with 77% of internet connection. Out of this, approximately 53% of users had recently used a smartphone for mobile banking. Further, increasing investments in fintech solutions are among the key factors driving the growth of the global fintech market. In the U.S. most of the banks, corporate venture capital groups, and other investors are investing heavily in fintech startups due to the increasing demand for fintech solutions among users and for the purpose of future returns.
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The global fintech market size is projected to reach USD 460 billion by 2025. The term “Fintech” is broad and the global fintech industry is rapidly growing in order to serve both businesses and consumers. When it comes to technologies in financial services, not a single technology is lagging behind. Every technology has its own applications and benefits in the fintech market. Fintech companies integrate various technologies such as AI, Blockchain, etc. into financial services to make them faster, safer, and more efficient.
Furthermore, since 2018, Goldman Sachs Strategic Investments have participated in 21 fintech deals and Citi Ventures have participated in 11 fintech deals. Therefore, these banks continue to invest in a wide range of fintech sectors. Since 2017, Citi Ventures has invested in 4 blockchain, 3 payments & settlement startups, and 3 capital markets.
The report also throws light on various aspects of the global fintech industry by assessing the market using value chain analysis. The report covers several qualitative aspects of the fintech industry in market drivers, market restraints and key industry trends. Furthermore, the report provides an in-depth assessment of the market competition with company profiles of global as well as local vendors.
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The global fintech market has strong competition among the well-established and new emerging players. These market players are providing enhanced products to gain a competitive advantage over the other players by participating in partnerships, mergers, and acquisitions and expanding their businesses.
On the basis of types of fintech technologies, the market is categorized into an application program interface (API), data analytics, artificial intelligence, blockchain, and others. Blockchain technology type is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 18.71% over the forecast period 2020 -2025. Block-chain in the fintech market is primarily driven by its compatibility with the financial industry ecosystem, reduction of the total cost, faster transactions, etc. Blockchain integration in financial services provides real-time payment transaction details such as digital identity and other details to financial organizations, which results in significant cost saving with respect to settlement and reconciliation for financial organizations and banks.
The European market is expected to have a significant growth with more than 11% CAGR over the forecast period. The favorable and stable regulatory environment created by the European payment directive PSD2 (Payment Service Directive) is the major reason behind the growth of the European fintech market. The regulation requires the bank to be more focused and open with PSPs (payment service providers). Furthermore, a large volume of venture capital investments in the region is also significantly impacting the market. For instance, total investments in European companies has reached to around USD 34.2 billion in 2018.
The major players of global fintech market are Ant Financial, Kabbage Inc., Avant LLC, Social Finance, Inc. (SoFi), Square, Inc., Nexi Payments SpA, Adyen, Qudian Inc., FIS, MarketAxess Holdings, Inc., LendingTree, Nelnet, Inc., Synchrony Financial, American Express, ACI Worldwide, Inc., etc. Fintech companies are anticipated to grow fast as venture capital models usually provide funds for only 3 or 4 years.
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Financial Institutions and fintech companies have more interest in working hand in hand than waging war upon each other. The global fintech market is a highly competitive and attractive market. There are more than 200 companies competing in the Canadian marketplace currently with the number of new entrants expected to increase significantly.
Major points from Table of Contents:
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Research Methodology
Chapter 3 Executive Summary
Chapter 4 Market Outlook
Chapter 5 Fintech Market by Type
Chapter 6 Fintech Market by Application
Chapter 7 Fintech Market By Region
Chapter 8 Competitive Landscape
Chapter 9 Company Profiles
Chapter 10 Appendix
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Peter Stewart Named Executive Vice President of North America for Ingenico Group
Ingenico Group (Euronext: FR0000125346 – ING), the global leader in seamless payments, today announced that Peter Stewart has been named the executive vice president of North America. Peter reports to Matthieu Destot, executive vice president, B&A business unit and is a member of the company’s B&A Management Committee. Peter brings over 25 years of experience working with technology companies, including the last four years at Ingenico Group. His experience spans across different disciplines, including strategy, sales contract management, manufacturing, supply chain and human resources, among other areas.
“Peter brings a wealth of global leadership experience working with technology companies, both in fintech and the larger industry, that Ingenico benefits from greatly. I, along with the Executive Committee, am excited as he begins this new role leading the region,” Destot said. “His technology background and track record, coupled with his understanding of how Ingenico helps elevate the customer experience, will drive success as we continue to expand our presence in the region.”
Peter previously held the role of chief financial officer of the B&A business unit for Ingenico and formerly served as chief financial officer for the North America Region for nearly two years. Before that, he spent eight years at ADVA Optical Networking, most recently as vice president of finance, corporate development, treasury & risk management. Other previous companies include Lydian Data Services and ADP, among others.
“I am honored and humbled to be appointed the next leader of the North America Region, and I’m very excited by the opportunity that we have in front of us,” Stewart said. “We will continue to build upon our position of thought leadership, our market strength and, most importantly, our ability to execute our strategy across both our Retail and B&A business unit activities.”
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Global Blockchain Market Outlook and Forecasts 2020-2025 – Overview of Service Type, Applications, Solutions and Industry Verticals
Dublin, Feb. 17, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Blockchain Technology Market by Service Type, Applications, Solutions, Industry Verticals 2020 – 2025” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
This report evaluates the technology, leading companies and solutions in the evolving blockchain ecosystem. The report evaluates current and anticipated use cases for blockchain and assesses the market potential globally, regionally, and segmented by deployment type and industry vertical for the period 2020 to 2025.Blockchain as a Service (BaaS) represents a key service offering for many market segments as a mean of solution introduction and scalability via a cloud services model. BaaS service providers will include different types of services such as customize blockchain applications for cloud services, specific industries, custom consulting, and integration with existing systems.
Key Topics Covered:
1 Executive Summary
6 Conclusions and Recommendations
21, Inc.Abra, Inc.AccentureAlphaphoint CorporationAmazonBaiduBitfury GroupBlockchain Global LimitedBlockCypher, Inc.BloqBTL Group (Blockchain Tech Ltd.)Chain, Inc.Circle Internet Financial LimitedCoinbaseCoinfirm Ltd.ConsenSys Systems (ConsenSys)CreditsDell TechnologiesDeloitte Touche TohmatsuDigital Asset HoldingsDigitalx Ltd. (Digital Cc Ltd.)DMG Blockchain SolutionsEarthportFactom Inc.Fidelity InvestmentsGlobal Arena Holding, Inc. (GAHC)HoloHPHyperLedgerIBM CorporationIntelygenzIOTALibra Services, Inc.Linux FoundationMicrosoft CorporationMonaxNASDAQOverstockR3RippleShoCardTecentFor more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/ypsgh7About ResearchAndMarkets.com
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UP Fintech Underwrites 12 Chinese ADR IPOs in 2019
More than 30 Chinese companies listed on U.S. exchanges in 2019 and 12 of them had Tiger Brokers (NZ) Limited (“TBNZ”), a wholly owned subsidiary of UP Fintech Holding Limited (NASDAQ: TIGR) (together with TBNZ and other affiliates, “UP Fintech”), act as one of the underwriters for their offerings.
In 2015, UP Fintech introduced its proprietary trading platform, Tiger Trade, which provides global Chinese investors with seamless access to U.S. equities and other global securities. In the past few years, UP Fintech’s focus on innovation and superior user experience has enabled it to grow rapidly; according to iResearch, the firm has become the largest online broker for global Chinese to invest in U.S. equities.
UP Fintech is also expanding its institutional business, particularly investment banking and equity underwriting in the TMT space through its wholly owned subsidiary, TBNZ. Since 2017, UP Fintech has participated in many high profile Chinese Tech IPOs, including those of Chinese search engine Sogou Inc. (SOGO), ecommerce giant Pinduoduo (PDD), video streaming platform iQIYI (IQ), and online education company Youdao (DAO).
UP Fintech’s growing investment banking business has given the firm the opportunity to closely cooperate with a diverse range of corporate clients, giving it a better understanding of the challenges faced by Chinese companies that have held a U.S. IPO. UP Fintech is expanding its existing portfolio of corporate services to meet the needs of its growing client base.
“Chinese companies from different industries face a variety of difficulties through the IPO process in the U.S. On one hand, many Wall Street institutions are unfamiliar with relatively lesser-known Chinese companies, which may result in less allocation of resources to these companies. On the other hand, Chinese companies may not possess the requisite expertise to efficiently manage a new issue in the U.S. market. This is where our unique business model and market understanding distinguish our firm: we are ourselves a young technology company, so compared to traditional banks, we are naturally more connected to these emerging companies and understand their needs better. In addition we may leverage our growing customer base of institutional and retail investors to provide a huge demand for the new issuance,” said Mr. Wu Tianhua, CEO of UP Fintech.
Expanding its portfolio of corporate services is a key strategy of UP Fintech’s development, so the firm has acquired new licenses to support its expansion. In October 2019, UP Fintech’s wholly-owned subsidiary, US Tiger Securities, Inc., received approval for conducting new businesses, including underwriting, private placements, mergers and acquisitions, mutual fund retailing, as well as selling group participant services from the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”). Within two months of receiving these licenses, UP Fintech and its subsidiaries had participated in seven more Chinese ADR IPOs in the U.S.
With a staff that draws from its rich range of experiences in investment banking and financial services, UP Fintech is able to assist potential issuers on every step of their IPO planning. UP Fintech’s Corporate Services team advises issuers on capital structure, equity story, and the ECM/Sales team is able to connect issuers with over 200 institutional investors to build demand for the IPO.
In order to develop a comprehensive suite of corporate services for client firms, UP Fintech also provides ESOP management services to corporate clients, enabling them and their employees to conveniently manage their equity incentive schemes. After the IPO, UP Fintech assists issuers’ ESOP participants open brokerage accounts on its platform, which creates a new channel for client acquisition. Furthermore, after a successful listing, UP Fintech may offer other financial services to corporate clients to support secondary offerings or investor relations efforts.
In 2019, UP Fintech and its subsidiaries participated in 18 U.S. IPOs, and UP Fintech served as an underwriter in 12 of these IPOs. According to Bloomberg and SEC Edgar Data, UP Fintech and its subsidiaries led U.S. IPO underwriting of Chinese companies by deal count among brokerages in 2019.
In conclusion, UP Fintech’s growing corporate services are key to its strategy to create a comprehensive financial services platform that fulfills the needs of client companies at every step of their development and that also provides individual investors unparalleled access to global securities markets. Expect more news from UP Fintech as it helps a generation of Chinese companies go global.
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