What the Global Covid-19 FinTech Regulatory Rapid Assessment Study tells us about fintech regulation in the pandemics
While consolidation exists within certain jurisdictions, new platforms continue to emerge while others disappear. Surviving platform operators continue to innovate and expand, bringing new products and channels to their local and foreign markets.
The institutionalisation of funding during 2016 continued to grow, Cambridge’s Centre for Alternative Finance at Judge Business School confirms.
The overall level of crowd financing volume is strongly positively related to the level of development of the market.
KPMG’s Warren Mead and University of Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance’s Robert Wardop present a joint study on alternative finance during LendIt Europe 16.