Fintech: Challenges, Drivers, and Future Opportunities

Posted January 21, 2019 in Business Technology & Digital Transformation Strategies, Data Analytics & Digital Technologies Cutter Business Technology Journal

This article focuses primarily on the financial services industry, noting the importance of connectivity, digital assets, and regulation. The authors recognize the opportunities and disruptions that fintech creates. They look at how incumbents must respond opportunistically and defensively to fintech adoption. 

About The Author
Salvatore Moccia
Salvatore Moccia is Professor of Strategic Management at the International University of La Rioja, Spain, and holds visiting positions in Armenia, Germany, Switzerland, and Thailand. He is the Editor-in-Chief of ISSIP (International Society of Service Innovation Professionals), a professional association cofounded by IBM, Cisco, HP, and several universities with a mission to promote service innovation for our interconnected world. Dr. Moccia has… Read More
Katia Passerini
Katia Passerini is a Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium's Business Technology & Digital Transformation Strategies practice. Dr. Passerini is also Dean of the College of Professional Studies, St. John’s University, where she also holds a Professor appointment in the Division of Computer Science, Mathematics, and Science. Previously, she was Professor and Hurlburt Chair of Management of Information Systems (MIS) and served as Dean of the… Read More
Igor Tomic
Igor Tomic is Professor of Economics at the Peter J. Tobin College of Business, St. John’s University. He is Director of Global Business Research Symposium and past Editor of Review of Business. Dr. Tomic is the author of Managerial Economics: Tools and Concepts; Essentials of Monetary and Fiscal Economics (with C.L Jain); and has published articles in the areas of mergers, privatization, common currencies, and financial stability. Before… Read More
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