Frontier and Beyond
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Fintech, the integration of technology into the delivery of financial services has revolutionised the world of Finance. This book introduces a new framework to study the concepts that underly Fintech while examining the driving forces and underlying logic behind Fintech-based innovation and predicting the future development of Fintech.
The first three parts of the book cover the development and basics of Fintech and its relationship with inclusive finance, while later sections constitute a deep dive into several core issues surrounding Fintech. First, the volume introduces an economic explanation of blockchain and its application in various scenarios based on the token paradigm. Second, it studies digital currency and discusses its impacts on payment systems, financial inclusion, monetary policy, and financial stability. Third, the authors explore how to build a compliant and effective market for data while protecting data privacy, impinging on the future development of AI application, the digital economy and Fintech. Fourth, the book examines public policies related to Fintech, including regulatory technology, the regulation of financial activities of Big Tech companies, and how to promote financial inclusion.
The title will appeal to scholars, students, and financial practitioners and regulators in a broad range of areas including economics, finance, technology, and public policy, especially Fintech, blockchain, and digital currency.
Table of Contents
Part 1 The Development of Fintech 1. The Impacts of Fintech on Financial System and Financial Regulation 2. Fintech Development and Police Responses 3. The Art of Balancing Finance and Technology Part 2 The Infrastructure and Core Elements of Fintech 4. Fintech Infrastructures 5. How to Establish a Compliant and Effective Data Market? 6. Platformization of Banking Business from the Perspective of Open Banking Part 3 The Relationship Between Fintech and Inclusive Finance 7. Adopting Fintech to Fight Poverty 8. The Future of Inclusive Finance 9. The Heathy Development of Internet Consumer Finance Part 4 Blockchain: Core Issue in Fintech 10. What Can Blockchain Do and Can't Do? 11. Blockchain as the Internet of Information 12. Blockchain, Internet of Things and the "New Infrastructure" 13. The Logic and Mechanism of Blockchain's Application in Post-trade Processing Part 5 Digital Currency Innovation 14. Literature Review on Digital Currencies 15. Controversies Surrounding Cryptocurrencies 16. Why Libra Changes its Design of Super-Sovereign Currency? 17. The Design Choice for CBDC: Wholesale versus Retail 18. Application of Multi-CBDC Bridge in Cross-border Payments 19. Innovation of Special Drawing Right in the Era of CBDC 20. The Design of eCNY and its Impacts on China's Monetary and Payment Systems Part 6 Regtech and Regulation on Big Tech Companies' Financial Businesses 21. Development and Application of Regtech 22. Economic Analysis of Regtech 23. Big Tech Companies' Challenges to the Financial System 24. Implications of CMA Regulation in America for China's Fintech Regulation
Zhong Xu is the Deputy Secretary General of National Association of Financial Market Institutional Investors (NAFMII), China.
Chuanwei Zou is the chief economist of Wanxiang Blockchain. He specialises in Fintech, banking, and financial regulation. He was the winner of the 1st Sun Yefang Prize for Financial Innovation (China’s top prize for economists) in 2005 for his research on Fintech.