The Blockchain in Financial Services can be a transformational technology and is fostering a revolution in the way financial services industry conducts transactions. To level set, a blockchain – formerly block chain – is a distributed ledger database that maintains a publicly visible, and continuously growing list of records about all crypto transactions, called blocks, with an in-built mechanism to avoid tampering and revision. This Finantrix.com concept briefing on Blockchain in financial services offers an in-depth overview for business and technology leaders on working of and practical applications and implications of Blockchain in banking, financial services, and insurance sectors.
Why is Blockchain considered revolutionary?
The blockchain is elegant and intuitive, and by separating the responsibilities and making everything visible and public, it also is safe and tampers-proof. Learn more about Blockchain. Among its many advantages for the banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI) sectors are:
- Faster clearing and settlement
- Ledger Consolidation
- Consolidated audit trail
- Reduction in systemic risk
- Operational improvements
- Transparency and visibility
What do I get?
- A customizable PowerPoint slide deck about the Blockchain transformation and revolution
- The content included in the Blockchain transformation of BFSI sectors is well-formatted, information rich and elegantly structured slides (about ~30 slides).
- You can reuse as-is, or make any changes or modifications.
What does it not include?
- The briefing does not contain primary research or original forecasts.
- The briefing does not feature in-depth vendor evaluations or rankings.
- The briefing does not have step-by-step instructions on how to apply the ideas
What are the contents of the Blockchain in Financial Services Sector Briefing?
- An introduction to Blockchain
- The buzz and the activity surrounding Blockchain
- Blockchain in financial services – practical use cases and applications
- Potential, Challenges, Impact, and Impediments
- A Playbook on how to work on Blockchain projects
- As the Blockchain in Financial Services sector is a digital product, it is sold as-is, and Finantrix will not accept any returns
- Depending on your focus areas and the applicability of the blockchain concept, the content of the Briefing may or may not be relevant to you.
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