We know that many of you had some difficulty accessing our latest bi-monthly Big Question Snapshot Survey the other week. Rest assured our FinTECHTalents gremlins have been banished and our helpful elves have fixed our access issues. We are not one to deny our community a voice. So we are re-launching this ‘Define FinTech’ Snapshot Survey this week. Look out for results in next week’s newsletter. (Then we will get to our UK FinTech Review ‘Big Question’ by the end of the month 🙂 )
We at FinTECHTalents like to keep our fingers on the pulse and our noses to the wind to find out our community concerns, what our FinTech leaders are discussing and what our industry is holding up for debate. Never one to reduce our touch points our FTT Snapshot Surveys are a bi-monthly Big Question to gather the FinTech collective wisdom.
This week’s Snapshot question is: As we come to the end of 2020 – What is FinTech?
As long as there have been financial products, there have been tools, procedures and services needed to create, manage, and deliver those products. Whether it is a telegraph machine, spitting out a ticker tape on Wall Street in the 1930s or a Python developer creating simple and complex, but not complicated, code to build a blockchain – financial technology has often been the enabler of financial services.
FinTech, our 21st Century understanding of using tech to evolve and innovate financial services, is in a constant state of flux and expansion. In this strange and unusual year, it is worth sticking our fingers in the air to test our community collective wisdom.
(All responses are anonymous – your name will not be used when the results are published)
Tune in next week to find out the mood of our FinTech Community!