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  author={{\'A}d{\'a}m Ker{\'e}nyi and J{\'u}lia Moln{\'a}r and J{\'a}nos M{\"u}ller},
Th e latest innovations in the fi nancial system are characterized by the melding of fi nancial products and services (fi nance) and technology into FinTech solutions. In the introduction, we show what kind of responses to the fi nancial crisis and digital challenges are provided by the so-called FinTech services and products, which off er increasingly innovative solutions to the altered consumer habits. In the second part, we present a recent international survey that identifi es the possible… 
Brave New Digital World? – Financial Technology and the Power of Information
In this paper we focus on the development of FinTech, how is it evaluated and managed in selected areas, in the European Union, in China and in Hungary. Some of the pertinent questions in this field
Managing Fintech’s Destruction through Innovative Banking: An Empirical Investigation
This study investigates the extent to which Nigerian banks manage fintech’s destruction through innovative banking. Guided by the sensing and responding theory, data was collected via a questionnaire
Factors influencing attitudes and intention to adopt financial technology services among the end-users in Lagos State, Nigeria
Financial technology (Fintech) innovation has brought a dynamic change to the financial sector as new products and services are offered by conventional banks and other companies offering banking


The Evolution of Fintech: A New Post-Crisis Paradigm?
“FinTech”, a contraction of “Financial technology”, refers to technology enabled financial solutions. It is often seen today as the new marriage of financial services and information technology.
The impact of FinTech start-ups on incumbent retail banks’ share prices
BackgroundThis study aims to clarify the role of FinTech digital banking start-ups in the financial industry. We examine the impact of the funding of such start-ups on the stock returns of 47
From FinTech to TechFin: The Regulatory Challenges of Data-Driven Finance
Financial technology (‘FinTech’) is transforming finance and challenging its regulation at an unprecedented rate. Two major trends stand out in the current period of FinTech development. The first is
Reconceptualising Global Finance and Its Regulation
From the dawn of civilization, the ever-growing sophistication of human society, division of labour, specialization, and comparative advantage rendered trade an indispensable part of any human
Coopetition Strategy – When is it Successful? Empirical Evidence on Innovation and Market Performance
Coopetition (collaboration between competing firms) has been viewed as a potentially beneficial but also a risky relationship for a firm. Earlier literature provides inconclusive evidence in terms of
Co‐opetition and Technological Innovation in Small and Medium‐Sized Enterprises: A Multilevel Conceptual Model
Small and Medium‐Sized Enterprises (SMEs) face tremendous challenges in their attempt to pursue technological innovations. This paper argues that co‐opetition strategy—simultaneous pursuit of
Fraud risk in electronic payment transactions
Both domestic and international regulators should build on the revised Payment Services Directive and the recommendations in question, to avoid fraud incidents like the one this article initially portrayed.
Coopetition: a systematic review, synthesis, and future research directions
Coopetition describes an interorganizational relationship that combines “cooperation” and “competition”. During recent years, coopetition has become an important domain for industrial practice which
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