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Companies succeed when they put people first, but financial institutions have been slow to adapt to this truth. It’s time for them to catch up, says Dolfin’s CTO, Dmitry Tokarev
The demise of cash has been predicted before – yet we are still using coins and banknotes. What will it take to make users sufficiently comfortable with digital payments to do away with cash?
More than 1,800 people – from CEOs of global financial institutions to the founders of the world’s most disruptive technology start-ups – met at MoneyConf 2017 in Madrid this month to “redefine the future of finance”. Dolfin’s CMO, Andrew Carrier, reports from the conference.
Last week, Dolfin attended WIRED Money, a one-day conference in London. The event, now in its fifth year, “brings together the innovators, inventors and entrepreneurs defining the future of the finance industry”. Our CMO, Andrew Carrier, came away convinced that the future of financial technology lies in surprising and delighting customers.
Assessing a client’s true appetite for risk can itself be a perilous proposition, but advanced technology and clever thinking can get you closer to the truth.
It’s been 20 years since Will Smith saw off hordes of attacking aliens in the sci-fi blockbuster. Today, should we be worried about a different kind of invasion?
There is less truly innovative thinking in the world of fintech than the hype in the press would have you believe – writes Dmitry Tokarev, Dolfin’s Chief Technology Officer – but a small number of genuine pioneers are working to reimagine finance