FinTech has grown and evolved over the years. Since its inception as a back-office support function for banks, FinTech has evolved and become an essential part of today's businesses. According to the Global FinTech Adoption Index, before the pandemic FinTech adoption doubled every two years, but when the Global Pandemic struck, FinTech adoption accelerated even more than before. In 2020, FinTech became essential for business survival because it enabled the rapid migration to the digital payment systems.
JG University enables professionals and enterprises to succeed in the fast-changing digital economy. The University’s Blended Learning curriculum combines self-paced Classroom Interactions, Hands-on projects, Capstone projects, and Industry Internship with 24/7 global teaching assistance The following are some researches shared by global market research survey organizations regarding the trends for FinTech in certain industries.
The global FinTech market is expected to have a growth rate of 23.58% from 2021 to 2025 (Research and Markets, 2021)
Indian FinTech industry’s market size is $31 billion in 2021 and is estimated at ~$ 150 billion by 2025
FinTech market share across 48 FinTech unicorns is worth over 200 billion USD as of the first half of 2021
NASSCOM predicted that India’s FinTech software market alone could touch US$ 2.4 billion in recent times
India is amongst the fastest growing FinTech markets in the world and there are 6,636 FinTech startups in India
The average salary varies from ₹ 6,00,000 to ₹ 24,00,000 per annum.
The average salary varies from 85,000 USD to 200,000 USD per annum.
This programme aims to enhance the understanding of students about the FinTech segment, the kind of products and services being offered, diversity of business models, market structure and changing competitive scenario, evolving regulatory environment, and changing customer dynamics. It addresses all areas of financial services – banking, asset management, payment, insurance, financial risk management and business decision-making. The course covers both the business and technology dimensions of financial services.
The 12 modules cover every aspect of FinTech & Financial Services. The curriculum includes two capstone industrial projects. The Capstone projects give the opportunity to work with professionals in a simulated environment to help relate to real-world challenges. Participants will be provided with Interview Guidance & resume workshop supported with MCQs & Mock Interviews. A dedicated Course counsellor and mentorship will be provided. Participants can apply their learning with two months Industry Internship.
The course is designed to facilitate learning in three parts:
Understand market structures, participants, regulations, and industry dynamics
Well versed with innovative products, applications, user interfaces, and business models of FinTech & Financial Services
Comprehensive knowledge about the future trends in FinTech & Financial Services
Ability to curate and execute start-up in FinTech & Financial Services
Gain introductory programming skills in the context of finance theory and application using Python and R platform. Appreciate the possibilities and boundaries of technology
Payment wallets such as Google Pay, Paytm etc.
Helping people in raising money online for a cause
Financial advisor providing the financial investment advice with limited human intervention
Unregulated digital money used in transactions such as Bitcoin.
Blocks consisting of a list of transactional records that are linked using cryptography
Digital management of both tangible and intangible wealth and assets
Capstone Project 1 Based On Above Learning
Capstone Project 2 Based On Above Learning
Mr. Mayank Patel has 21+ years of experience in Banking, Financial Services, Technology Business Incubation, and Academics. Mr. Patel is a distinguished academician with subjects of interest are Financial Markets, Behavioral Finance, Risk Management, and Quantitative methods. Mr. Patel’s broad areas of expertise include FinTech, Investment Research, Corporate Finance, and Financial Derivatives. Mr. Patel apart from being an avid supporter of start-ups, is a keen follower of geopolitics, political economy, and development in education.