Innovation imperatives of global financial innovation and development of their matrix models
Published: 13 September 2021
Investment Management and Financial Innovations , Volume 18, pp 312-326; https://doi.org/10.21511/imfi.18(3).2021.26
Abstract: The global financial market is undergoing transformational changes under the growing influence of innovative factors. Such changes are due, in particular, to the concentration and scaling up and diversification of the structure of financial services, the renewal of the financial sector on the basis of FinTech operations and blockchain technologies. This requires taking into account the impact of innovation factors on the transformation of the financial market in the dimension of FinTech. The study aims to identify the imperatives of global financial innovation and show ways to develop innovative models in the interpretation of S-curves for next-generation products using new technologies when key technologies on the previous S-curve become obsolete. Also, the matrix of financial innovations is presented and the synergy of its innovation models is proved.The results of the study are to prove that each of the presented models is not independent, it evolves and develops itself, as well as affects other models. This made it possible to identify prognostic pathways for the development of innovative models in their synergy in the form of two-ring motion. Thus, the study emphasizes the need for further research aimed at developing innovative models that will determine strategic decisions in the formation of innovation imperatives.
Keywords: models / innovation / FinTech / curves / developing innovative / structure / synergy / matrix / market / imperatives
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