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Affluent Millennials are Reshaping the Future of the Finance Industry

Affluent Mellenials

How this New Power Persona is Reshaping the Finace Industry

Affluent Millennials — those with at least $100,000 in investable assets excluding real estate — have a uniquely progressive view of the future. They envision a cashless, sharing-based economy where banks no longer serve as their primary financial institutions.

Affluent Millennials have very strong expectations of a looming financial crisis. However, they also have very

Digital Transformation by Any Other Name?

Even when explicitly defined, the term ‘digital transformation’ is still misunderstood.

Throughout their interviews, Altimeter “found digital investments have evolved beyond a follow-up to investments in traditional touchpoints and supporting systems. Now, they’re leading the way toward transformation.” Transformation not only of how such companies interact with customers, but also how they rise to the Digital Transformation challenge via internal reorganization.

Changing customer behavior, then,

P2P Lender SocietyOne Appoints Mitchel Harad as CMO

Former Vice President of world’s largest online marketplace lender joins Australian fin-tech leader

As the pioneer of marketplace lending in Australia, SocietyOne is still a young company,” said Greg Symons, co-founder of SocietyOne. “Mitch brings a unique level of maturity and experience as CMO that will be instrumental in driving the business forward.

MAS commits $225m to fintech growth in Singapore

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has committed S$225 million ($166.48 million) over the next five years, to growing the segment of the startup ecosystem in Singapore.

Increasingly, the non-financial players are using technology to offer innovative solutions, mirroring services traditionally offered by financial institutions (FIs), particularly in the realm of digital