Can AI eliminate the threat of cyberfraud completely? The Future of Fintech special report, published in The Times, covers the shift from not only detecting cyberfraud, but possibly eliminating it. It also explores how mobile apps are enabling consumers to become better investors and bank runs in a cashless society. It examines five common financial challenges immigrants face when arriving in a new country and how startups are offering services to make migrant transition financially more accessible. Also featured is an infographic on how investors are increasingly interested in technology that can simplify the investing experience and why personalisation and customer experience will be key to future adoption. 

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  • Immigration: can fintech help with the transition?

    Immigrants face an array of financial hurdles when arriving in a new country and some startups are now offering services unavailable from established institutions. True inclusion, however, requires a concerted effort from wider stakeholders to support such initiatives

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