New financial technology like mobile wallets, Bitcoin and the Blockchain get attention for their ability to disrupt the financial sector. Other disruptors that don’t get quite as much attention from the public include machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI), and big data. Some even say that technologies like these could lead to the end of the banking system as we know it now. IT and Information Technology Enabled Services (ITES) companies are working hard to provide solutions that can seamlessly integrate new fintech options into the financial sector.
Frost & Sullivan is hosting its Growth Innovation Leadership (GIL) Council, a Leadership Breakfast Session that will focus on the topic of Financial Technology (FinTech) and the Future of Financial Services. This session will take place on March 3, 8-10AM, at the Frost & Sullivan location in Chennai, India. This event will provide an orientation on current trends in FinTech, the changing financial services sector, new business models, and growth opportunities for the ITES and the Banking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI) industries.
The Leadership Breakfast Session will start with a short presentation on Frost & Sullivan’s proprietary intelligence, which will lead to a round-table discussion with attendees. The session will be led by Anand S., Vice President, Tech Vision, Frost & Sullivan, along with Haritha Ramachandran, Associate Director, Digital Transformation Practice (ICT), Frost & Sullivan. Frost & Sullivan will throw light on the key global trends in FinTech; investments in FinTech start-ups; impact of key disruptions on the industry, and growth opportunity areas.
The target audience includes technology providers, C-Level executives, financial service market participants, and senior managers who wish to remain relevant in a financial sector that is being disrupted by new technologies. Naturally, Frost & Sullivan’s services include continuous coverage of innovative new fintech options like mobile payments, disruptive authentication and biometrics technology, evolving insurance market dynamics, including the rise of usage based insurance (UBI), and the impact of emerging technologies such as Blockchain, AI, and quantum computing. It markets itself as a Growth Partnership Company that works in collaboration with clients to leverage visionary innovation that addresses the global challenges and related growth opportunities that will make or break today’s market participants.