If you are not as immersed in the world of “fintech” as we are … and why would you be? … then you may not have seen this recent report from Citi Global Perspectives & Solutions.
It is exciting to see @AC invited to answer questions about the origins of Dozens and our mission (much of which will already be familiar to our friends here), but it is also useful to see this in the context of all the other very exciting things happening in the UK and across the world in the world of Fin(ancial) Tech(nology).
It isn’t just the world of Finance and banking that is changing. In fact it is the way we, as consumers and citizens, interact with the world, and therefore how we control our financial relationships. Are “banks” (as we know them) the best way to do this, or do we need something new (or New New) and different?
Fintech may be about increasing inclusion and access to better tools for the many - but is the future about using technology to reduce costs, or is it about offering greater financial innovation?
As @AC points out, there are many different takes on this, so it’s “a race to the finish right now … but ultimately the customer will likely win!”
If you want to check out some of the thinking happening in this space, check out the report (click the image below), and let us know your impressions.