Handbook of Blockchain, Digital Finance, and Inclusion : Cryptocurrency, FinTech, InsurTech, Regulation, ChinaTech, Mobile Security, and Distributed Ledger
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Contributors go beyond summaries of standard models to describe new banking business models that will be sustainable and likely to dictate the future of finance. The book not only emphasizes the financial opportunities made possible by digital banking, such as financial inclusion and impact investing, but also looks at engineering theories and developments that encourage innovation. Its ability to illuminate present potential and future possibilities make it a unique contribution to the literature.
A companion Volume Two of The Handbook of Digital Banking and Financial Inclusion: ChinaTech, Mobile Security, Distributed Ledger, and Blockchain emphasizes technological developments that introduce the future of finance. Descriptions of recent innovations lay the foundations for explorations of feasible solutions for banks and startups to grow. The combination of studies on blockchain technologies and applications, regional financial inclusion movements, advances in Chinese finance, and security issues delivers a grand perspective on both changing industries and lifestyles.
Written for students and practitioners, it helps lead the way to future possibilities.
- Mixed media product | 1000 pages
- 191 x 235 x 80mm | 2,109g
- 13 Oct 2017
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
Table of contents
Cryptocurrency 9. The Cross Section of Crypto-Currencies as Financial Assets 10. CRIX Index: Analysis of a Cryptocurrency Index for Portfolio Investment 11. Financial Intermediation in Cryptocurrency Markets - Regulation, Gaps and Bridges 12. Legal Risks of Owning Cryptocurrencies
Digital Banking and Insurance 13. InsurTech and FinTech: Banking and Insurance Enablement 14. Understanding Interbank Real-Time Retail Payment Systems 15. Real-time Inbound Marketing: A Use Case for Digital Banking 16. Regulation & Supervision in a Digital and Inclusive World 17. Singapore Approach to Develop and Regulate FinTech 18. Big Data, Smart Data and Data Technology in the Regulatory Context 18. Ambient Accountability: Shared Ledgers, Glass Banks and Radical Transparency in Financial Services 20. Peer to Peer Lending/Marketplace Lending and Regulatory Environment 21. EU VAT Implications of Crowdfunding
Volume 2 China FinTech 1. The Game of Dian Fu: The Rise of Chinese Finance 2. Balancing Innovation and Risks in Digital Financial Inclusion -Experiences of Ant Financial Services Group 3. Regulating FinTech in China: From Permissive to Balanced 4. Big Data Technology: Application and Cases
Security 5. Trust Management in Mobile Platform 6. Security Issues in In-Store Mobile Payment
Blockchain 7. Blockchain - From Experimentation to Production 8. Blockchain 101: An Introduction to the Future 9. Betting Blockchain Will Change Everything - SEC and CFTC Regulation of Blockchain Technology 10. Global Financial Institutions 2.0 11. Public Blockchains and Operation Risk 12. Blockchain Architectures for Electronic Exchange Reporting Requirements: EMIR, Dodd Frank, MiFID I/II, MiFIR, REMIT, Reg NMS and T2S
Financial Inclusion 13 .Financial Inclusion and Mobile Technology 14. Financial Inclusion in South East Asia 15. From the Ground Up: The Financial Inclusion Frontier 16. FinTech, Financial Inclusion and Micro Finance Institutions: A Case Study 17. FinTech: Harnessing Innovation for Financial Inclusion
Inclusion and Innovation 18. Inclusive Growth as Democratizing Productivity 19. Decentralised Trust: A Path to Financial Inclusion
Emerging Technology 20. Inclusion or Exclusion? Trends in Robo-Advisory for Financial Investment Services 21. Autonomous Finance 22. How 3D Printing will Change the Future
"The hallmarks for any sustainable disruption to the status-quo are greater efficiency and lower costs; the nose of blockchain is now in the financial services tent, and David Lee provides a very timely and relevant tour through this space." --William J. Kelly, CEO, Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst ("CAIA") Association
"Digital technology is disruptive and is affecting all sectors of our economy, creating opportunities and challenges everywhere. This handbook offers a guide to understanding how digital technologies and the Internet are changing virtually all aspects of the financial services sector, both today and tomorrow. It will be of interest to students, scholars, and practioners in the field as well as to policy-makers and regulators." --Arthur Cordell, Carleton University
"This is a timely contribution that clarifies several issues in fintech and provide regional analyses that help us to understand where this technology is going in different economic and social contexts." --Roberto Ricciuti, University of Verona
About David Lee Kuo Chuen
His operation and managing experience includes F&B, manufacturing, hospitality, hedge funds, stockbrokering, property management, property development, REITs, medical plastic components, listing and de-listing of companies, start-ups and multinationals. He is the editor and an author of the American Library Association Outstanding Award Reference Book titled "Digital Currency" by Elsevier and the LASIC model for scalable technology companies. He has been nominated by Internal Consulting Group as a Global Thought Leader for Fintech and Blockchain. Robert Deng is AXA Chair Professor of Cybersecurity, Director of the Secure Mobile Centre, and Dean of Postgraduate Research Programmes, Singapore Management University (SMU). His research interests are in the areas of data security and privacy, cloud security and Internet of Things security. He received the Outstanding University Researcher Award from National University of Singapore, Lee Kuan Yew Fellowship for Research Excellence from SMU, and Asia-Pacific Information Security Leadership Achievements Community Service Star from International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium. He has 26 patents and has published more than 300 papers on cybersecurity. His professional contributions include an extensive list of positions in several industry and public services advisory boards, editorial boards and conference committees. These include the editorial boards of IEEE Security & Privacy Magazine, IEEE Transactions on Dependable and Secure Computing, IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security, Journal of Computer Science and Technology, and Steering Committee Chair of the ACM Asia Conference on Computer and Communications Security. He is an IEEE Fellow.