FinTech Trends
& The Venture Studio Intersection

FinTech, or financial technology, has the potential to transform the way we interact with money and solve real-world problems. One area where fintech can make a significant impact is in increasing financial inclusion, particularly in developing countries where access to traditional financial services is limited. With the advent of mobile banking and digital wallets, people can now easily access and manage their money, even in remote areas. FinTech can also improve the security and efficiency of financial transactions, reducing the risk of fraud and errors. Lastly, FinTech can enable small businesses and startups to access funding and grow their operations, promoting economic development and job creation.



  • Block chain and crypto
  • Digital wallets and mobile payments
  • Online banking and mobile banking
  • Robo advisors and automated financial planning
  • Artificial intelligence and machine learning
  • Peer to peer lending and crowdfunding platforms
  • Reg tech and compliance solutions
  • Open banking and API’s
  • Biometric authentication and identity verification



  • The constant need for increasingly more robust cybersecurity
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Economic uncertainty
  • Fraud prevention
  • Client retention
  • Effective management of capital
  • Scalability of operations to meet market demands
  • Product innovation and the ability to keep up with competitors
  • Management of the customer experience for positive outcomes to attract and retain customers
  • Dealing with the complexities of an ever-expanding global market