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FinTech Research Global & Future of FinTech

16. Jul 2019
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FinTech Research Global & Future of FinTech

  1. ON FINTECH REVOLUTION RESEARCH
  2. Executive Summary The document briefs the FinTech Revolution describing the Fintech dynamics globally. It includes suggestions and recommendations based on the latest trends and projections done by various industry experts. What’s included in the report? ➢ What is FinTech ➢ Segments in FinTech ➢ How is It Different from Traditional Banking ➢ SWOT Analysis ➢ Global Investment in FinTech with key players insights ➢ Top 5 global investment deals in Q1-2019 ➢ Indian FinTech Growth (segment and location wise) ➢ Observed growth of Indian FinTech Industry ➢ Expert predictions of FinTech Globally ➢ FinTech’s Impact in Job Market ➢ Recommendations & predictions on Future of FinTech in India ➢ Top 10 trends in Indian FinTech Industry ➢ Suggestions to a Tech Search Firm based on Funding raised in different FinTech segments
  3. FinTech is the short of Financial Technology If you have checked your bank statement or transferred and receive money online or even if you ever paid using your phone then, you are already a part of a Multi-Billion Dollar Industry that’s changing economies around the globe. What is FinTech?
  4. Few Examples of FinTech in the Global Market It comprises of various innovative products, technologies and Business models to make the overall financial transactions and user experience easy yet safe Robo Advisory Class of financial advisor providing the financial/ investment advice with limited human intervention Helping people raise money online for a cause Digitally from crowd Crowd Funding Platforms Payment Wallets such as- Applepay, PayPal, Google Pay, Paytm etc. Cashless Payments Blocks consisting of list of transactional records that are linked using cryptography and can’t be changed easily Blockchain Unregulated digital money used in form of transaction between members of specific virtual community Virtual Currencies Asset Management Digital Management of both tangible or non-tangible Wealth or investment related assets
  5. 5 How isFinTechdifferentfrom TraditionalBanking? Parameters Traditional Banks FinTech Products PURPOSE As regulated bodies the core goal is management of risks involved with Lending & Deposit or any transactions FinTech products are ideally created to fill the gaps between traditional banks & customers experience PERSONALISATION Main focus is always on deposits, credit/lending based on trust, credit scores & security Focuses on mobile functionality, accessibility, agility, cloud computing and convenience COMMUNICATION PATTERN Chatbots provides robotic experience pushing customers away Enhanced Customer Experience promulgates faster transactions, 24x7 permanent access, immediate consultation and security POTENTIAL COVERAGE Physical distribution of traditional banks is less which gives FinTech an uncanny advantage over it Market distribution of FinTech is higher due to higher penetration of mobile phone connectivity. e.g- In India mobile penetration is at 80% in comparison to Banks’s 35% distribution TAT LOAN PROCESSING Average time to process loan earlier- 28 days Average time taken online- 1 day Average Time taken to process loans- 5-10 mins
  6. 6 01 LENDING Market place lending and alternative underwriting platforms Different Segments in FinTech Industry in 2019 02 BLOCKCHAIN Companies leveraging blockchain technologies for financial services 03 REGTECH Audit, risks & regulatory compliance software 04 PERSONAL FINANCE Tools to manage bills & expense- personal or credit accounts 05 PAYMENTS/BILLING Payment processing, card developers, & subscription billing software 06 INSURANCE Companies selling insurance digitally or providing data analytics reports to re-assurers 07 CAPITAL MARKETS Sales & trading, analysis and infrastructure tools for financial institutions 08 WEALTH MANAGEMENT Investment & wealth management platforms and analytical tools 09 MONEY TRANSFER International money transfer and tracking software 10 MORTGAGE/REAL ESTATE Digitized mortgage lending and financial platforms
  7. - Easy market penetration - Rapid Customer adaptability - Application based self explanatory services Strength -Credibility for bigger transactions and lack of trust -Early stage of adoption - Need to market and spread awareness Weakness - Easy lending, transferring & payment process for wide sectors - Cashless transactions to disrupt monopoly of banks - Ability to meet the personalized need of Financial service in the market Opportunity - Any Objections from Government and regulatory bodies - Risk minimization offered by regulatory bodies like banks etc. Threat SWOTANALYSIS
  8. 8 Global Investment in FinTech Sector has added up to nearly $500 Billion since 2010 Source- Accenture Research/ CB Insight, 2018
  9. 9 Source-Accenture Research/ CB Insight, 2018 GLOBAL FINTECH FINANCING ACTIVITY BY PRODUCTS-2018
  10. 10 Source-Accenture Research/ CB Insight, 2018 $1.90 $2.50 $3.20 $4.80 $13.30 $21.20 $23.38 $27.48 R² = 0.9526 $0.00 $5.00 $10.00 $15.00 $20.00 $25.00 $30.00 $35.00 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 InBillionDollars GLOBAL INVESTMENT GROWTH TILL 2017
  11. 11 Source-FinTech Report CB Insight, 2019=Q1 $21.20 $23.38 $27.48 $40.30 $6.30 $0.00 $5.00 $10.00 $15.00 $20.00 $25.00 $30.00 $35.00 $40.00 $45.00 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019-Q1 InBillionDollars-> GLOBAL INVESTMENT FUNDING HITS $6.3B in Q1-2019
  12. 12 Source-Accenture Research/ CB Insight, 2018 $2,159 $2,203 $1,928 $2,612 $874 $2,595 $3,483 $3,120 $3,571 $3,492 $1,083 $942 $804 $803 $1,713 $0 $1,000 $2,000 $3,000 $4,000 $5,000 $6,000 $7,000 $8,000 Q1-2018 Q2-2018 Q3-2018 Q4-2018 Q1-2019 MillionDollars-> Asia NorthAmerica Europe Africa Australia Global Investment Growth Dynamics in till Q1-2019 EUROPE FOR THE FIRST TIME IN PAST 5 QUARTERS HAS PULLED AHEAD OF ASIA
  13. 41 FinTech unicorns valued at $154.1B Source- CB Insight FinTech Report Q1, 2019
  14. Top 5 Global Investment Deal in Q1-2019 Company Investment Investors Value Proposition $500M (Jan’19) Greenoaks Capital Management, First Round Capital, Sequoia Capita Tech enabled health carrier $300 (Jan’19) Insight Venture Partners, GIC, Greyhound Capital Digital “challenger bank” for retail banking service allowing customer to open accounts digitally $250 (Mar’19) Bessemer Venture Partners, Generation Investment Management, Lead Edge Capital, T. Rowe Price, Tiger Global Management, TCV Restaurant Management System $240 (Jan’19) Fifth Wall Ventures, Foundation Capital Tech enable Insurance carrier $200 (Mar’19) Coatue Management, Dragoneer, DST, Forerunner Ventures, General Atlantic, ICONIQ Capital, Menlo Ventures Digital-first “challenger bank” for retail banking services that allows customers to open accounts remotely using just a mobile application Source- CB Insight FinTech Report Q1, 2019
  15. INDIAN FINTECH GROWTH INDIA IS WORLD’S 2ND BIGGEST FINTECH HUB WITH 2,035 STARTUPS Source- FintegrateReport_executiveSummary_v26, 2019
  16. 1600 1300 550 250 160 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 US INDIA UK SINGAPORE GERMANY Number of New FinTech Startups Founded (2015-2018) Source- FintegrateReport_executiveSummary_v26, 2019 In 2015–16, India had more number of new FinTech startups being founded than any other country (except China*). Globally, the US and India have been at par over the last four years in terms of new FinTech startups founded in a particular year.
  17. India’s Evolution as a Progressive FinTech Nation Source- FintegrateReport_executiveSummary_v26, 2019 PAYMENTS 375 LENDING 338 WEALTH TECH (RETAIL) 303 INSURE TECH 108 PERSONAL FINANCE 169 REG TECH CYBERSECURITY 108 OTHERS 684 NUMBER OF FINTECH STARTUPS BY SEGMENTS
  18. . Mumbai and Bangalore lead the momentum in FinTech and together, these cities represent 42% of the startup headquarters. Apart from the top five FinTech destinations including Mumbai, Bangalore, New Delhi, Gurugram, and Hyderabad, the rest of India accounts for 738 FinTech startups 119 New Delhi 116 Gurugram 125 Hyderabad 432 Bengaluru 428 Mumbai Source- FintegrateReport_executiveSummary_v26, 2019 India FinTech Landscape: A Breakdown of 2035 Startups In the past couple of years, India’s economic and business environment has shown great acceptance and potential for a FinTech revolution. There is a huge top-down push from the government for the adoption of digital payments. The demonetization in November 2016 was the focal point around which Paytm and other players gained prominence. In the last few years, there have been several exciting innovations in this space, such as UPI, Aadhaar for e-KYC, BharatQR for QR-based payments, biometric payments (AEPS), e-wallets by 50+ banks, payment banks & sound- wave-based payments for rural engagements, and last-mile connectivity.
  19. PAYMENTS 375 Source- FintegrateReport_executive Summary_v26, 2019
  20. PAYMENTS 375 LENDING 338 Source- FintegrateReport_executiveSummary_v26, 2019
  21. INSURE TECH 108 Source- FintegrateReport_executiveSummary_v26, 2019
  22. INSURE TECH 108 Source- FintegrateReport_executiveSummary_v26, 2019 WEALTH TECH 303
  23. Observed Growth of FinTech Services in INDIA Source- Indiabriefingnews_uture-fintech-india-opportunities-challenges, 2019 Fintech service firms are currently redefining the way companies and consumers conduct transactions on a daily basis. This is why global investments into fintech ventures have been increasing at record speed – tripling to US$ 12.2 billion in 2014 from US$ 4.05 billion in 2013 and reaching US$ 19.1 billion in 2015. In India, the scale has been much smaller but at similar growth rates – investment in India’s fintech industry grew 282 percent between 2013 and 2014 and reached US$ 450 million in 2015. While traditional banks (around 100) and NBFCs (around 1100) in India use technology to simply calculate credit scores, fintech ventures use machine learning algorithms and alternative data points such as social media footprints, call records, shopping histories, and payments to utility service providers to increase efficiency and provide greater access to credit. The turnaround time is also much faster for the approval and disbursal of loans by fintech firms despite several banks (State Bank of India, ICICI, HDFC, and Axis bank) digitizing and speeding up these processes markedly.
  24. Scope of FinTech Services in INDIA Source- Indiabriefingnews_uture-fintech-india-opportunities-challenges, 2019 • India has a large untapped market for financial service technology startups – 40% of the population are currently not connected to banks and 87% of payments are made in cash. • With mobile phone penetration expected to increase to 85-90% in 2020 from 65-75% currently, and internet penetration steadily climbing, the growth potential for fintech in India cannot be overstated. • Moreover, by some estimates, as much as 90% of small businesses are not linked to formal financial institutions.
  25. WHAT EXPERTS PREDICT FUTURE OF FINTECH 2019-25
  26. Community banks & credit unions will never have the same resources as larger ones to create the Amazon-like customer friendly experience. But there are a lot of new capabilities like open APIs and cloud-based delivery that they can take advantage of to build digital experience in cost-effective ways A progressive growth in AI & Machine Learning Demand The technologies we’ll see much more are artificial intelligence and machine learning, which have clearer applications and benefits. We’ll see AI dominate in the coming year not as a product itself, but as a crucial ingredient in back-end technology. So while it won’t be recognizable by consumers, it will be pervasive. Financial institutions and FinTechs will spend more time working on and launching better ways for consumers to have more control of their cards and their personal information. Forget Me & New text-messaging tools for authorizing or preauthorizing transactions, as well as authentication tools for validating users based on login and engagements will all provide additional hurdles for fraudsters to navigate. Data breaches won’t let up, but we will see crucial developments in authentication and combating fraud Consumers who are becoming more accustomed to spending money without reaching into their wallets. However, while contactless payments will be huge in 2019, it won’t see wholesale adoption because of the cost to issuers. While the big banks are being more aggressive in this space, other financial institutions will roll out contactless technology as cards expire, instead of as a mass reissue. Industry will move in the direction of contactless technology Points and loyalty will become more of a currency Future of FinTech 2019-25 Source-paymentsource.com_Fintech_Predictions, 2019 Smaller banks’ digital capability won’t reach that of the big banks, but open banking and other disruptive technology will help narrow the gap Strides are being made in the loyalty space that will allow people to redeem their rewards at a point of sale, whether it’s saving money on gas or getting a free item at a retailer. On the back end, loyalty processors will spend less time on marketing and recordkeeping and will shift their focus toward technologies augmented with real-time settlement.
  27. Applications Developers on latest technology As sector is moving towards mobility & agility Huge demand for Data Scientists skilled in AI & Machine Learning, Data Mining and Big Data engineers will be most highly paid FINTECH’S EFFECT IN THE JOB MARKET Based on the frustrating experience provided by many Chatbots, hybrid Chatbots with human intervention will be needed implying need of more- Customer support staff, fintech style With thousands of companies disrupting the banking & finance industry and changing the way we pay & borrow money, some old jobs in the finance sector will be displaced with advance banking/investment jobs Challenging UI/UX Jobs roles to make financial technology SIMPLE and SMOOTH on mobile applications Product Managers, Business Analysts and Cyber Security Analyst jobs will become more popular Sources- siliconrepublicjobs.com_Fintech_Jobroles_Predictions, 2019
  28. NASSCOM predicts that India’s fintech software market alone could touch US$ 2.4 billion by 2020, doubling on the current rate of growth. Future of FinTech in INDIA Source- Indiabriefingnews_future-fintech-india-opportunities-challenges, 2019
  29. Future of FinTech Services in INDIA Source- Indiabriefingnews_future-fintech-india-opportunities-challenges, 2019 Services Predictions and companies/startups involved Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Lending Companies use alternative credit models and data sources to provide consumers and businesses with faster and easier access to capital. P2P lending allows online services to directly match lenders with borrowers who may be individuals or businesses. Companies/Startups- Lendbox, Faircent, i2iFunding, Shiksha Financial, GyanDhan, and MarketFinance Payment Companies allow both private individuals and businesses to accept payments over the web and on mobile without needing merchant accounts. Transfers are made directly to the bank account linked to the payee in order to secure against fraud Companies/Startups- Mobikwik, Paytm, and Oxigen Wallet Remittance A few startup ventures, albeit registered abroad, are trying to address the gaps in remittance transactions (both inbound and outbound) as the current process is cumbersome and expensive. These startups aim to disrupt the current monopoly held by firms like Western Union and MoneyGram. Companies/Startups- Instarem, FX, and Remitly Personal Finance/ Retail Investment Fintech companies are also growing around the need to provide customized financial information and services to individuals, that is, how to save, manage, and invest one’s personal finances based on one’s specific needs. Companies/Startups- FundsIndia.com, Scripbox, PolicyBazaar, and BankBazaar Equity Funding Crowdfunding platforms that enable the funding of a project or business venture by raising funds from a large number of people. Such internet-mediated platforms are gaining popularity across the world as access to venture capital is often difficult to secure. These services are particularly targeted at the early stage of a businesses’ operation. Companies/Startups- Ketto, Wishberry, and Start51 Cryptocurrency India being a more conservative market where cash transactions still dominate, usage of digital financial currency such as ‘bitcoin’ has not seen much traction when compared to international markets Companies/Startups- Unocoin, Coinsecure, and Zebpay
  30. Miscellaneous FinTech Services in INDIA Source- Indiabriefingnews_future-fintech-india-opportunities-challenges, 2019 Companies are offering a range of cloud technology solutions to improve accessing financial products and increase efficiency in day to day business operations. The scope of fintech is rapidly diversifying at both macro and micro levels, from providing online accounting software to creating specialized digital platforms connecting buyers and sellers in specific industries. Examples include- • Catalyst Labs in the agriculture sector • AirtimeUp which provides village retailers the ability to perform mobile top ups • ftcash that enables SMEs to offer payments and promotions to customers through a mobile based platform • Profitbooks (online accounting software designed for non-accountants) • StoreKey, and HummingBill.
  31. Top 10 Trends in Indian FinTech Industry’2019 1. Specialized players may help with offline on-boarding Looking at the industry-wide impact, many FinTech's have turned to offline collection of documents to keep their operations afloat. However, 2019 might well see an interesting trend with the evolution of specialized players who support FinTech's by helping them onboard offline customers. 2. Payment ecosystem coming under the ambit of the RBI Just a month into 2019, and the Reserve Bank of India’s intention to regulate the digital payments space in the country is becoming increasingly clear. The apex bank has not just formed a digital payments committee with former UIDAI Chairman Nandan Nilekani at the helm, but has also launched an Ombudsman Scheme for Digital Transactions (OSDT) for redressal of complaints regarding digital transactions. Source- Indiabriefingnews_uture-fintech-india-opportunities-challenges, 2019
  32. Top 10 Trends in Indian FinTech Industry’2019 3. The narrative around digital payments ‘WILL BE’ on offline Analysts predict that payments as an industry has come of age, with players doubling their presence in the offline space. Merchant discount rates (MDRs), a charge for facilitating digital transactions, is no longer expected to be the cornerstone of conversation. Neither will it provide any competitive advantage to a given form of payment. In September last year, the Payments Corporation of India (PCI) had raised concerns over non-receipt of reimbursements relating to MDRs. 4. Voice and vernacular will be the next frontier Indian payments startups’ major challenge is to grow the pie and focus their services on the next 500 million users. Manish Jain, Partner, Fintech, at KPMG, believes that voice and vernacular will be their vehicle to do so. Source- Indiabriefingnews_future-fintech-india-opportunities-challenges, 2019
  33. Top 10 Trends in Indian FinTech Industry’2019 5. In wealth management, savings products could be provided as incentives Last year, payment companies increasingly started morphing into financial service entities. Digital payment majors Paytm and PhonePe stepped into wealth management last year. While Paytm launched its direct mutual funds platform Paytm Money in September, Gurugram-based MobiKwik chose to acquire startup Clearfunds for a faster release to market. 6. Lending will see small-ticket consolidations; some verticals may die 75 percent of Indian fintechs are either in lending or payments. In 2018, lending continued to be the hottest sub-sector, mopping up half the equity funding invested in Indian fintech.However, the last quarter of 2018 saw a liquidity crunch for lending startups due to IL&FS’s defaults. Still, one cannot deny that there has been a ripple effect on smaller NBFCs or fintechs relying on just one capital partner (or NBFC). The liquidity crunch is being perceived as a correction by the rapidly growing digital lending industry. Source- Indiabriefingnews_future-fintech-india-opportunities-challenges, 2019
  34. Top 10 Trends in Indian FinTech Industry’2019 7. SME financing will continue to be bigger than consumer, might even birth a ‘unicorn’ Consumer and retail lending startups will find it difficult, but specialised SME lending startups will continue to grow. The focus will shift towards creation of new-age financial instruments like credit cards for corporates, automated bill discounting, treasury management, automated collateral evaluation, specific event-based insurance, AI-based hedge funds, etc. These will see good growth. 8. Underwriting will get precise, lead to better products Analysts also believe that lending will become more robust as a sector, owing to newer data sets and underwriting principles that lenders will leverage. With GST and other initiatives in place, lenders will be able to better access businesses before providing them loans. Source- Indiabriefingnews_future-fintech-india-opportunities-challenges, 2019
  35. Top 10 Trends in Indian FinTech Industry’2019 9. AI and ML to become more mainstream Analysts add that AI, along with facial recognition networks, will resolve the onboarding process in backward areas, helping bring more individuals into the financial services arena. Today, the onboarding process is more complex, and includes signing in with different user IDs and passwords. This year, we might see AI-based digital identity solutions, which will simplify the experience further for the user 10. Personal data protection bill will shake up things for FinTech's 2019 should also see a new data protection law being tabled in Parliament, a draft of which was introduced last year. The Personal Data Protection Bill, 2018, states that a private entity must seek user consent before collecting personal data. A user can also choose to remove consent at any point while availing a service. This is expected to shake up the backend infrastructure of FinTech's, who will have to really prove the value for receiving a user’s consent to use their personal data. This means FinTech's will need to upgrade their infrastructure from a data privacy and client on-boarding perspective. Vivek believes there is the possibility of an alternative credit bureau. Source- Indiabriefingnews_future-fintech-india-opportunities-challenges, 2019
  36. PolicyBazaar- $200M Digit- $44M InsureTech ChargeBee- $18M Niyo Solutions- $13.2M B2BFinTech QwikCilver- $10M Sequretek- $3.7M Others Paytm - $356M PineLabs- $125M Payments LendingKart- $87M NeoGrowth- $47M Lending Top Two Recent Funding Raised In Each Fintech Segment As a Tech Search Firm the focus should be majorly on the following players from different FinTech Segments
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