Consulting Report
06 Jun 2024

FinTech 2025+

In collaboration with Convera and The Paypers

The disruptive world of financial technology and its impact on global commerce.

Developed in partnership with Convera and The Paypers, this insightful report analyses the current and future state of the fintech sector, emphasizing the crucial role of cross-border payments in international trade and finance. As global commerce evolves in the digital era, alongside rapidly shifting consumer and business expectations, the need for innovative, efficient and secure payment methods that cater to an interconnected world becomes ever more urgent.

This report explores trends shaping the fintech ecosystem, including advancements such as the integration of blockchain technology, the rise of real-time payments (RTP), global financial messaging standards such as ISO20022 and strategic movements towards open banking frameworks. Additionally, we assess the regulatory landscape that supports these technological shifts.

FinTech 2025+ serves as a crucial resource for stakeholders across the financial spectrum, providing insights into the opportunities for innovation and the strategies required to navigate the complexities of the modern financial world.

The report was launched at the Money 20/20 event in June 2024, the world’s leading, premium content, sales and networking platform for the global money ecosystem.

To download the report, click here.

The expert behind the research

Our Macro Consulting team are world leaders in quantitative economic analysis, working with clients around the globe and across sectors to build models, forecast markets and evaluate interventions using state-of-the art techniques. The lead consultant on this project was:

Lloyd Barton
Lloyd Barton

Head of Thematic Macro Consulting, EMEA

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