Weekly Research Highlights – 9 November 2021

For this week’s research article, we dive into new insights on scaleups, payments,  funding, fintech market, women in fintech and more. Happy reading!

Erasmus University Rotterdam releases the top 250 Dutch Scaleups 2021: Meet the 17 Dutch fintech scaleups included in the list (Siliconcanals)
The Erasmus Center for Entrepreneurship in collaboration with nlgroeit has published this year’s annual Top 250 Scaleups in the Netherlands. While growing into a scaleup is never an easy task, it’s even more challenging in times like the COVID-19 pandemic. “The 250 companies represented in the report are the perfect examples of this. These scale-ups have seen an opportunity to innovate and grow even further,” says the report. Read more.

AI in Fintech Market Worth Observing Growth: Google,, IBM (Energy Siren)
Global AI in Fintech Market Report, Production, Consumption and Forecast 2015-2026 is latest research study released by HTF MI evaluating the market risk side analysis, highlighting opportunities and leveraged with strategic and tactical decision-making support. The report provides information on market trends and development, growth drivers, technologies, and the changing investment structure of the Global AI in Fintech Market. Some of the key players profiled in the study are Microsoft (US), Google (California, US), (US), IBM (US), Intel (US), Amazon Web Services (US), Inbenta Technologies (US), IPsoft (US), Nuance Communications (US) & (US). Read more.

FinTech Market Size and Analysis | Leading Keyplayers – Ant Financial, Adyen, Qudian, Xero, Sofi, Lufax, Avant, ZhongAn, Klarna 
The research study presented in this report offers complete and intelligent analysis of the competition, segmentation, dynamics, and geographical advancement of the FinTech Market. It takes into account the CAGR, value, volume, revenue, production, consumption, sales, manufacturing cost, prices, and other key factors related to the FinTech market. Read more.

Women in Fintech, FINDEXABLE Report (Irish Tech News)
Findexable’s report examined the role that women play – or, rather, don’t play – in global fintech, and how the industry can build more balanced and inclusive businesses that are fit for the future. New research by findexable shows that 1.5% (16) of 1,032 best-funded private fintech firms globally are founded solely by women and receive just 1% of total fintech venture funding. The study used data from over one thousand privately owned fintech firms and 36 in-depth interviews with founders and senior executives from large financial service providers. Read more.

Is There a Place for Banks in a Fintech-Driven Future? (Finextra)
This report publication rises a question whether there’s a place for banking as we know it in a fintech-driven future, as  the highly advanced technological infrastructures of challenger banks outpace their more-traditional counterparts. Traditional banking has struggled to keep up with modernization for some time now. Very little in terms of infrastructure has been modified in the 21st Century, and bank managers are generally hesitant when it comes to embracing new technology.  Read more.

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