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FinTech BUS 325

FinTech is a fast growing sector that encompasses use of technology in the financial services industry. Examples include personal finance (peer-to-peer lending, digital banking), digital currencies, roboadvisors, InsurTech and digital payments. This course equips the students with an understanding of the major FinTech products in the market and provides an overview of the underlying technologies (blockchain, artificial intelligence, machine learning, cloud computing). It will also discuss the regulatory developments in this new industry. 

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