Insurtech, Proptech & Fintech Environment: Sustainability, Global Trends and Opportunities

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August 2023
194 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-8360-0 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-8361-7 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Insurtech, Proptech & Fintech Environment: Sustainability, Global Trends and Opportunities that was published in

Business & Economics
Environmental & Earth Sciences
Social Sciences, Arts & Humanities

This reprint relating the Insurtech, Proptech, and Fintech environments tries to provide a wide range of perspectives about these sectors, focusing on fields such as financial technology, banking, insurance, real estate, digital implementation, and quantitative analysis, among others.

It is beyond any doubt that this sector is probably one of the most relevant and disrupting new markets in recent years, with a great potential to generate collaborations with financial institutions and the insurance world, which jointly grow towards a more innovative business model.

The lines between financial services and technology have blurred to the point that the previously distinct sectors are colliding. In effect, digital-only banks are offering redesigned client propositions and cost profiles, and consumers are ready for the digital shake-up.

The Special Issue “Insurtech, Proptech, and Fintech Environment: Sustainability, Global Trends and Opportunities” has included original contributions demonstrating significant advancements, innovations, relevance, and potential growth in this sector in the forthcoming years. We have also focused on the main forms of interaction between banks and FinTech companies.

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Fintech; trust; perceived risk; system quality; information quality; service quality; Fintech continuance intention; digital entrepreneurship; fintech; funding; decision criteria; success factors; startups; venture capital; investors; ecosystem; Fintech business model; cross-sector Fintech; financial technology; Alibaba; Tencent; Asia; China; financial innovation; value chains; scalability; digital platforms; financial ecosystem; discounted cash flows; market value; Sustainable Development Goals; car insurance; insurance technologies; Internet of Vehicles; telematics; technology acceptance; sustainable insurance; chatbot; artificial intelligence; financial sustainability; telemarketing; cube model; voice recognition and conversion model; digital technostress; digital techno self-efficacy; fintech usage intention; Chinese Gen Z consumers; Fintech; sustainability; green investment; socially responsible investing (SRI); green finance; greenwashing; digitization; FinTech; InsurTech; sustainable development goals; sustainability performance; logit regression; n/a