If you’re going for fintech gold, there’s bits of wisdom in these bytes: start-ups to watch, hottest jobs and new technologies to watch.
Who are the fintech start-ups in Europe worth banking on in the year ahead?
On a mission to upend the traditional retail banking model using cutting-edge fintech tools, Anne Boden believes it’s time consumers realised that their data is valuable currency.
IBM Ireland’s Fergal O’Sullivan discusses how technological developments allow fintechs to flourish.
Want to know about the future of fintech careers? Hays’ Carl Piesse is here to take you through the hottest and most promising careers in financial services.
We are at an inflection point in the debate about what artificial intelligence means for industries and professions.
There are plenty of big multinational firms looking for talent. However, there are also plenty of reasons to opt for a start-up instead.
Bank of Ireland’s partnership with WebPort Global is sparking an export revolution in the regions, Michelle Goodwin tells John Kennedy.
Amor Sexton is a senior innovation manager at Citi. At Inspirefest 2017, she explained the implications and possibilities offered by blockchain technology.
Crowdfunding still has some growing up to do, but it has major potential as a disrupter to the investment scene. Prof Theo Lynn and Dr Pierangelo Rosati examine the situation.
At Inspirefest 2017, Matt Flannery detailed the process of founding two different fintech organisations servicing sub-Saharan Africa.