How fintech will evolve over 3-5 years

In the Fintech scenario, innovations will emerge that enable holistic financial services on a mobile interface

The Covid-19 pandemic has changed the whole scenario for the fintech sector. Technology has been the basis for the growth of fintech in India. The main reforms implemented in recent years – such as GST, Aadhaar, and UPI – could only be implemented thanks to the latest technologies available. Fintech platforms have played an important role in providing financial access and transaction processing to end customers through artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML).

In India, there are more than 500 million internet users, of which over 95% of these users have access to online transactions via the internet. The surprising demonetization movement has given a significant boost to the fintech sector. Government policy is evolving rapidly and offers a favorable scenario for fintech.

Fintech has already changed the market. Of traditional financial organizations, 82% plan to intensify cooperation with fintech companies in the next 3-5 years. This is because many companies are afraid of losing. And 88% of existing financial institutions think some of their assets will be lost over the next five years as a result of independent fintech initiatives. One of the factors that can stimulate growth is the partnership of this dynamic sector with the experienced traditional banking sector. The collaboration between the two can bring the best of both worlds and offer exclusive products to more people in India.

The fintech landscape will also lead to the emergence of innovations that will enable holistic financial services on a single mobile interface for Indian users around the world. New era fintech platforms provide users with established fintech solutions, enabling them to perform various operations such as spend, borrow, invest, transfer money, and so on. Ecommerce supported on existing B2B2C platforms is another new feature that Indian fintech users will be offering after and after the pandemic in the future.

What is Fintech? An overview

Fintech is a sign of the terms “finance” and “technology” and refers to any business that uses technology to improve or automate financial services and processes. The term is a large, fast-growing industry that serves consumers and businesses. From mobile and secure banks to cryptocurrencies and investment programs, fintech has a wide range of uses.

The industry is huge. According to CB Insights, there are “41 VC-backed fintech units worth $ 154.1 billion.” An important factor is that many traditional banks support and accept technology, actively invest, acquire fintech startup cards, or partner with fintech startups, as it becomes easier to give digital customers what they want as the industry progresses and remains important. manager. Order.


Fintech companies integrate technologies (such as AI, blockchain, and data science) with traditional financial industries to make them safer, faster, and more efficient. Fintech is one of the fastest-growing technology sectors, with businesses innovating in almost every financial area; credit and loan payments and securities trading.

How does fintech work?

Fintech is not a new industry, but evolving rapidly. Technology has always been part of the financial world to some extent, both with the introduction of credit cards in the fifties and with ATMs, e-commerce plans, personal finance programs, and the frequency of high transactions in the following decades.

The courage behind financial technology varies from project to project, application to application. Some of the recent advances include the use of machine learning, blockchain, and data science algorithms to do everything from credit risk processing to hedge funds. In fact, there is now a whole subset of regulatory technology called ‘regtech’ designed to navigate the complex world of compliance and regulatory issues of industries like, you guessed it, fintech. 

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