Fintech represents the technologies which are disrupting traditional financial services, including mobile payments, money transfers, loans, fundraising, peer-to-peer lending and crowdsourcing. The deployment of disruptive fintech offers businesses a new opportunity to win customers and market share not only for start-ups but also for established banking and financial institutions. The world of Islamic finance has also been impacted by fintech. In this course, participants will learn about the types of disruptive fintech and how it applies in the world of Islamic finance. While Shariah principles are largely neutral to fintech, participants will learn how to design and develop processes and technology solutions that are Shariah compliant. Other key topics to be covered include big data strategy for financial services, the role of financial analytics and the deployment of artificial intelligence in financial robo advisory services that is Shariah compliant.
AVP (International Business & Licensing)
DID: +65 6632 9530
Timing: 9 AM – 5 PM
Venue: Lifelong Learning Institute