Nery Alaev

Schlagwort Archiv: fintech

Could new regulations in the EU help fintech flourish?

Nery Alaev writes about fintech and regulations. As the EU’s weakened financial markets feel the growing pressure of regulation, there may be an opportunity for fintech organisations to take advantage of the situation by using the very frameworks that are…
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The new competition for Europe’s fintech throne

Nery Alaev writes about Fintech in Europe, post-Brexit. Since Brexit (something I’ve written about extensively since the vote took place), there has been a jostle between London and Berlin for new control over the burgeoning ‘Fintech’ industry, which has gained…
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Can Fintech disrupt Wall Street?

Nery Alaev writes about Fintech and Wall Street. According to a report by Moody’s, Wall Street banks are beginning to build up defences against a potential incoming onslaught by Fintech start-ups and are using their large user bases and credit underwriting abilities…
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Fintech diversifies and strengthens further 

Nery Alaev writes about fintech around the world. Despite a slowdown thanks to global macroeconomic factors, the financial technology industry has seen large sums of capital investment in recent months, alongside further diversification of the already-strong sector. I’ve chosen to…
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Fintech grows stronger across Europe 

Nery Alaev writes about fintech in Europe, including the UK and Germany. Funding for financial technology (‘fintech’) companies across Europe is growing, with Germany and the UK gaining momentum respectively. Last week, I wrote about the strength of Germany’s growing fintech…
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More Chinese investment in Europe’s real estate

Nery Alaev writes about Chinese investment in European real estate. I wrote last month about the increasing number of Chinese organisations taking over the reins of German companies – this month an article about increased levels of ‘Greater’ Chinese investment…
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