From start-ups all around the world, entrepreneurs are applying their creativity and technical ingenuity all along the financial services value chain. This wave of innovation promises a FinTech revolution that will change financial services for ever. For consumers and business alike there is the promise of vastly improved financial services.
Consumers will get more choices and keener pricing. Small and medium sized businesses will gain access to new forms and lines of credit. Banks productivity will increase, transaction costs will come down, operational resilience will be better. All this will lead to a more resilient financial system with greater diversity, redundancy and depth. Most importantly financial services will become more inclusive, while people will become better connected, more informed and increasingly empowered.
If you want to keep up-to-date in the fast changing FinTech scenario you need to understand what it is all about. And if you are a non-IT professional you need this information presented in clear non-technical terms.
This two day unique training course offers a comprehensive introduction to FinTech for Non-IT Professionals, what FinTech is all about and how it is changing financial, banking and commercial systems and the world. During the course we will explore FinTech components in terms of a wide range of issues.
Who should take this course?
Senior management, executives or directors within the financial services, banking, and insurance sectors, as well as those working in e-commerce, management consulting, or within a tech startup. Specific roles that would benefit include: tech entrepreneurs, senior business directors, managing directors (specifically CIOs and COOs), senior analysts, senior developers, business unit directors, bankers, product managers, senior software or app developers, business development managers, finance professionals, and digital strategists operating in the finance sector.
This is a highly interactive programme made up of presentations, case studies, multi-directional discussions and comprehensive exercises. Most importantly it will offer participants, opportunities to plan such work within small working groups, providing practice in the application of the techniques and tools generating active participation.
For further information or to book a seat contact Castille Institute on 20933280 or send us an email on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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