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The best FinTech research of 2016

Earlier this year, I summarised some of the best research papers that had been released on FinTech and Blockchain in three parts: Part 1Part 2 and Part 3.  Thanks to Oliver Bussmann’s blog, I can now provide you with a list of the best research released on Fintech this year.  Enjoy!

2016-12 Digital Asset Holding Non Technical White Paper: The Digital Asset Platform

2016-11 Federal Reserve Board Study: Distributed ledger technology in payments, clearing

2016-11 BCG: FinTech in Capital Markets

Study: FinTech in Europe

2016-11 German Government: German FinTech Market

2016-11 CoinDesk Report: 6 Takeaways From CoinDesk’s Q3 State of Blockchain

2016-11 McKinsey Report: Bracing for seven critical changes as FinTech matures

2016-11 KPMG / CBInsight Report: FinTech deal activity hits lowest levels since Q2-2014

2016-11 Deutsche Bank Report: Powering the flow of global capital

2016-11 Capgemini: World FinTech Report 2017

2016-11 FinTech Regulatory Sandboxes Launched by Forward-Thinking Authorithies

2016-10 Burnmark Report: Challenger Banking

2016-10 GOOGLE STRATEGY: Betting the Future on AI, Cloud Services, and (Tamed) Moonshots

2016-10 KPMG FinTech 100 Report

2016-10 Accenture Report: Blockchain Technology

2016-10 KMPG & CBInsights Venture Pulse Q2 2016

2016-10 Deloitte Report: Making blockchain real for customer loyalty programs

2016-10 BCG White Paper: FinTech in Capital Markets: A land of Opportunities

2016-10: Innovate Finance Publishes Autumn Statement to Government for UK FinTech

2016-10 Innovate Finance: Blockhain – Navigating the Regulatory and Legal Landscape

2016-09 McKinsey Report: How digital finance could boost growth in emerging economies

2016-09 BNY Mellon: Reinventing Payments In An Era of Modernization

2016-09 Deloitte FinTech Hub Report

2016-09 ANZ/Wells Fargo proof-of-concept paper: blockchain for correspondent banking

2016-09: SWIFT examines application of financial business standards to DLT

2016-09 Bank of England Consultation Paper Blockchain Compatibility for Settlement Service

2016-09 The 27 Fintech Unicorns, and Where They Were Born

2016-08 WEF Report: A blueprint for digital identiy

2016-08 WEF: The future of financial infrastructure based on Blockchain

WEF: The Future of Financial Services 2015 Report

2016-08 KPMG: The Pulse of Fintech Q2-2016

2016-08 Credit Suisse Blockchain Report

2016-08 H1-2016 Money of the Future report from Life.SREDA

2016-07 KMPG Study: Consensu- immutable agreement for the Internet of value

2016-07 Oliver Wyman: Unlocking Economic Advantage with Blockchain

2016-05 Goldman Sachs Report: Blockchain – Putting Theory into Practice

2016-04 Morgan Stanley Report: Blockchain in Banking: Disruptive Threat or Tool?

2016-04 SWIFT Institute: The Impact & Potential of Blockchain on Securities

2016-04 Position Paper: SWIFT & Accenture on distributed ledger technologies

2016-03 EY Report: Blockchain reaction: Tech plans for critical mass

2016-03 PWC Study: How FinTech is shaping Financial Services

2016-03 MIT Paper: Digital Banking Manifesto: The End of Banks?

PWC: Blockchain – The 5 billion opportunity for reinsurers

 

 

About Chris M Skinner

Chris M Skinner
Chris Skinner is best known as an independent commentator on the financial markets through his blog, the Finanser.com, as author of the bestselling book Digital Bank, and Chair of the European networking forum the Financial Services Club. He has been voted one of the most influential people in banking by The Financial Brand (as well as one of the best blogs), a FinTech Titan (Next Bank), one of the Fintech Leaders you need to follow (City AM, Deluxe and Jax Finance), as well as one of the Top 40 most influential people in financial technology by the Wall Street Journal’s Financial News. To learn more click here...

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