FinTech Five – 26th August 2022 – Featuring Delio, Dynamo Cover, IE HUB, Coincover, and Wales FinTech Awards
Welcome to the FinTech Five, where we take a fortnightly look at the best articles, news, insights and features from our FinTech Wales members.
FinTech Wales Awards – Book Your Tickets
Firstly this week, we look ahead to the marquee event in the Welsh FinTech calendar, as the Wales FinTech Awards is only three weeks away.
The event, held at Tramshed on the 16th of September, promises to be another outstanding coming together of the entire ecosystem to celebrate the past years achievements.
Coincover – NFTs and the New Heights of Art Heists
The Coincover Blog is always a brilliant place for diverse articles and insights on cryptocurrency; this week is no different with a great post on NFTs, what they are, and how they impact the world of art crime. Worth a read.
“The introduction of Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) in 2014 followed by more mainstream adoption in 2017 has brought a whole new chapter to the world of art crime. Here’s what you need to know.
Delio – Will Private Markets Overtake Public Markets?
Delio’s CEO and Co-Founder, Gareth Lewis, has written a thoughtful article analysing whether private markets will overtake public markets.
“The importance of private markets has grown significantly for investors and institutions over the last decade, largely because the performance of this asset class versus more traditional investment markets has excelled.”
Dynamo Cover – 7 Ways to Secure Your Home this Summer
A new post from Dynamo Cover this week gives us seven key ways to secure your home this summer. Read this and other useful blog posts around insurance and security on their blog.
“A total of 19.1 million Brits travelled abroad for their summer vacation in 2021. To help you enjoy your time away, we’re sharing 7 ways to secure your home this summer.”
IE Hub – Financial Inclusion: 30% Of the World Does Not Have Access to Basic Financial Services
Finally, this week, IH HUB highlight the recent report published on Financial Inclusion by LexisNexis Risk Solutions, answer why financial inclusion is important, and provide reccomendations how the report’s data should impact creditors in the future.
“Recently, LexisNexis Risk Solutions released its Financial Inclusion report. This analysis focused on access to affordable financial services across the UK. Currently, 1.7 billion (around 30%) people across the world do not have financial inclusion. Essentially, they lack access to affordable and useful financial services that meet their needs.”
Until Next Time
And that’s it for the FinTech Five this week. Thank you for reading, and don’t forget to join us fortnightly for more of the best content from across our FinTech Wales membership.