How are Fintech Companies creating disturbance in Banking Sector?
Times have changed and the technology has also challenged the status quo of the Financial Sector. The bombardment of mobile payment apps, online shopping, investments, mobile to mobile banking has made a tilt shift of 180 degrees in financial arena. The Banking System has been confronted by this new idea of Fintech Companies which are spreading its roots in India. People now-a-days to avoid paper formalities and finding ease of access through the internet, are switching from Banks to these Fintech Ventures.
Mobility has played a vital role in financial revolution. In this fast-paced World, one needs all the information and services on their smartphones. Financial Services traditionally needed an infrastructural setup (branches) and fixed assets to raise their entry for customer retention. While technology advancements now allow Fintech startups to virtually operate to deliver complex financial solutions. The digital transformation coupled with mobility gives the ease of excess to their clients who initially were forced to wait in long queues for making a deposit, requesting a check-book or conduct trades. That’s where these Fintech Companies earn trust and credence from the public at large giving flexible and adaptable options to their customers.
Ways how Fintech is creating disturbance in Banking Sector
Fintech venture opens the door to choose between various and multiple schemes which are available in market. Whereas, mostly bank can only promote their own products. Fintech not only offers numerous plans like mutual funds, pension plans or insurances but with the help of various tools and artificial intelligence draws a comparative analysis chart for the customer which eventually aids them to choose the right plan/scheme for their financial goals.
These Fintech Giants have incorporated the pop of online transactions and use of digital wallets, which eventually has made our life trouble-free than those times where we use to trade goats for wheat. Old fashioned banking transactions have been losing its charm. Today these e-wallets allows anybody to transfer funds from any place on the planet to any person having a mobile phone. This provides a faster, cheaper and more reliable way to transact than conventional banking system. Customers like to experiment with new methods offered by Fintech players which aids them track their payments, passbooks and account balance more transparently on their smartphones. In recent years we have also seen a rapid growth in block-chain, crypto-currency which has taken toll in the financial world by providing a swift way to transact.
Fintech players also empower customers with mobile applications which time to time notifies Portfolio Insights, Tracking of Goals, etc. This contributes customers to get information about their investments and holdings. The inheritance of Mobile Application embodies a platform which personalizes with each and every customer which mostly Bank fails to deliver. With all the statistics and data on one’s fingertips, customer is always updated. Neobanks are a very refined example for the same. In this digital sphere, Fintech endeavours from customer support chat-boxes, machine learning algorithms and biometric fraud analysis which attracts customer’s confidence.
Fintech ventures also promotes machine-learning through artificial intelligence which keeps a track of money laundering. These security software alerts while making any fraudulent payment or any virus attacks, which aids in check and balance of every transaction. Biometrics, facial recognition, iris scans and voice pattern adds a layer to the security system which increases the authenticity and reliability.
– This article has been contributed by Swapnil Aggarwal, Director, VSRK Wealth Creator
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