Discover three of the most exciting fintechs on the ASX today, how they’re taking on the big banks, and what it could mean for forward thinking investors…
The Hayne Royal Commission highlighted just how bad regular Aussies are getting slighted by the ‘big banks’. A new era is dawning in the Australian financial sector.
And there’s now been a shift in the financial technology sector to something called ‘open-banking’.
Essentially, more control of financial data is being put back in your hands — the consumer.
This has opened the floodgates to fintech companies willing to challenge big retail banks.
The opportunity for investors here is huge…if you’re able to spot the next fintech superstar.
In a brand-new report from Money Morning, Ryan Dinse will point you in the right direction. Inside, you’ll discover:
- Challenger #1 – Credit Cards: This fintech has flipped a whole industry on its head — credit cards. Rapidly changing demographics in Australia (and the world) plus a slick user experience have solidified this firms place in over 3.1 million active users’ wallets. They’re a testament to how an industry can be shaken up overnight by new technology.
- Challenger #2 – Financial Planning: This firm is lowering the barrier to becoming an investor for millennials. No more seeing a financial planner in a bank. No more fees for no service. Just use your smartphone to access some of the worlds’ biggest ETFs and portfolios built by prize-winning economists. They’re currently managing a quarter of a billion dollars and growing fast.
- Challenger #3 – Self-Managed Superannuation: This fintech is a great example of doing one thing perfectly. They took the fragmented and technology backwards industry of self-managed-super and completely modernised it with their proprietary system. Their stunning growth has been thanks to investor’s desire for more transparency over their investments.
You’ll learn all this and more in the brand new report: ‘Three Fintechs Breaking Up the Banks’.
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