I think the banks are very scared.— Stephan Lamprecht, Venture Solutions
Financial technology, also known as FinTech, usually refers to software that provides financial services.
FinTech companies are often start-ups founded with the purpose of disrupting incumbent financial systems and corporations.
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An ATM is also financial technology.— Stephan Lamprecht, Venture Solutions
Players who aren’t banks are moving into the banking environment. The resources, however, are still slanted towards the banks.— Stephan Lamprecht, Venture Solutions
Disruption will come from entities that are not banks.— Stephan Lamprecht, Venture Solutions
I wouldn’t necessarily say banking is under threat.— Stephan Lamprecht, Venture Solutions
Banking is not going to be around in the long-term.— Stephan Lamprecht, Venture Solutions
Up to 50% of South Africa’s population remains unbanked.— Stephan Lamprecht, Venture Solutions
The Big Four banks find it difficult to compete with the simplicity that Capitec Bank brings to the market.— Stephan Lamprecht, Venture Solutions
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