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Who should attend
This online programme is developed for mid-level to senior finance professionals, executives, senior management officials, consultants, entrepreneurs, regulators and compliance professionals.
As fintech advances across sectors, the topics covered in this programme could be advantageous to anyone with a background in finance or technology. However, the programme will be particularly useful for professionals from fintech start-ups, banking, financial institutions and fintech advisory firms.
Roles that would be well suited to this programme include:
- Chief Executive Officer
- Chief Financial Officer
- Compliance & Risk Manager
- Finance Manager
- Financial/Credit Analyst
- Fintech Consultant
- Founder/Managing Partner
- Fund/Asset Manager
- Investment Strategists
- Management Accountant
- Strategic Advisor
- VP Audit & Compliance
About the course
The growing ﬁntech movement is transforming the ﬁnancial industry–from disrupting conventional models to generating new revenue streams. It is creating unparalleled opportunities to drive digital innovation and transform financial services. To tap into fintech and power growth in the future, finance professionals must stay ahead of the fast-moving technologies, regulations and innovations shaping the movement.
If you are looking to embrace fintech to build innovative strategies and solutions that address your business challenges, then this programme is for you. It offers insights into key fintech concepts such as open finance, new business models in banking, the economics of payments, and data as a key resource in forging the digital identity of ﬁnancial systems.
According to PWC’s Global Fintech Report 2019, 53% of multinational and large corporations have fully embedded fintech across strategic operating models.
The global fintech market was valued at USD 5504.13 billion in 2019 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 23.58% from 2021 to 2025.
In this programme, you will delve into the fintech industry and analyse the latest trends and developments. You will also examine the implications of regulations, and evaluate approaches to ecosystems, monetisation and governance.
This programme will also help you assess the deployment of disruptive technologies such as blockchain, understand the role and functionalities of payment systems and infrastructure, and develop a digital transformation framework.
- Identify the impact of fintech on the competitive dynamics in the financial services industry
- Examine the effects of financial regulations on the use of technology and business models in finance
- Evaluate the economics and strategy of platform business models in banking
- Gauge the strategic role of data in the financial sector
- Explore the evolving nature of money and relevance to payments innovation
- Apply economic and strategic thinking for fintech innovation in order to design a digital finance solution for your business
You will learn through a combination of discussions, polls, interactive activities, try-it exercises, and a final project/capstone assignment at the end of the programme.
Module 1: Fintech (r)evolution and technological disruption in financial services
Learn about the forces of change in the financial industry and gain insights on management and innovation theories around disruption. Explore case studies on SWIFT and London Stock Exchange along with fintech taxonomy and definitions, starting with the difference between digitisation vs digitalisation.
Module 2 : Regulation and competition in finance
Examine the impact of regulation on business operations and competition. Explore data sharing and open finance regulatory approaches. Discuss open banking regulations, myths, and recommendations.
Module 3: New business models in banking
Learn about the role of information in financial intermediation and market transformation. Explore data openness and the API economy in banking. Understand concepts in Banking as a Service (BaaS) and embedded finance, financial APIs and data aggregators.
Module 4: Platform strategy in banking & finance
Learn about economic principles, strategies for digital platforms, network externalities, and the strategic value of data in finance. Delve into Banking as a Platform (BaaP) business models and the entry of bigtech and techfin in finance.
Module 5: Payments innovation and the future of money
Understand the key principles of payment systems and financial telecommunication networks. Learn about financial messaging and payment data standards. Discuss geopolitical frictions and the changing world-order in payments. Gain a deeper understanding of digital money, cryptocurrencies, and CBDCs.
Module 6: Pillars of digital transformation in financial services
Understand digital ecosystems and mastering the data economy in finance. Delve into the need for digital ambidexterity, personalisation, and selling experiences in banking. Learn more about the integral role that data plays in green finance and ESG investing. Visualise the bank of the future.
Markos Zachariadis is Associate Professor of Information Systems Management & Innovation at Warwick Business School ? where he also Directs the Executive Education Diploma in Digital leadership and a FinTech Research Fellow at the Cambridge Centre for Digital Innovation (CDI), University of C...
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