The rapid advance of technology and seemingly endless access to venture capital has made the process of launching a fintech easier than ever.
Little wonder then that billions of dollars have been invested in fintech. However, are fintechs the same as banks?
Many startups operate, using Mark Zuckerberg's prime directive to his developers, under a motto of "move fast and break things". Banks, as regulated entities, try not to break things, as customers tend to get upset when their finances are broken.
Is there a way to blend the two? Is it possible to successfully blend the dynamism of the startup world with the security and stability of banking? Are digital banks the answer? Many have tried, some have been successful. And what about the established banks? Can they import some of that fintech magic and use it to renew their operations? Can they do it without suffocating the innovation?
The answer should be yes, but the challenge is how to get it right.
Join this webinar as we review the most common mistakes made when launching a digital bank. And more importantly, how to avoid them.
The key take-aways
Great insights for new digital banks and banks launching a digital spinoff
Balancing the stability of banking and digital innovation
Hear from industry experts and leading Fintech's
Exclusive access to a new report on the Top 10 mistakes
The webinar panel
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