WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
To ensure that holiday plans on the occasion of Christmas, New Year and Chinese New Year are not interrupted, no new modules will be released during this time and participants will receive a 2-week extension for submitting assignments. Participants will continue to have access to course material on the platform during this time.
Emerging financial technologies continue to impact how companies do business and how people handle digital transactions. From Alibaba to Gojek to DBS, the most successful companies have adapted the FinTech methodology to expand their offerings and drive innovation.
When you enrol in the FinTech: Innovation and Transformation in Financial Services programme, you will explore how to apply cutting-edge financial technologies—like blockchain and AI—to create and extract value for your organisation.
This programme is ideal for mid to senior-level professionals looking to learn about the advanced developments in financial services and apply technologies to improve performance and profitability.
It is also suitable for executives looking to develop broad strategies of transforming financial services through tools and frameworks to implement new technologies and drive growth and success.
Take a closer look at how M-Pesa—the mobile-based money transfer, payment and micro-financing digital tech service—empowered Kenya’s economy and its consumers.
Explore how AXA used the Ethereum’s public blockchain to develop Fizzy, a parametric insurance solution for delayed flights.
Discuss the newly introduced Payment Services Act and how it encourages innovation and growth of Fintech.
Study how Grab has evolved and expanded its offerings by adapting the FinTech methodology.
Examine how GoJek entered the industry and expanded its database by predicting customers’ movements, schedules and financial habits.
Explore how these two major Tech companies evolved and why they are so successful today.
For more than 50 years, NUS Business School has offered a rigorous, relevant and rewarding business education to outstanding students from across the world.
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Dr Ernie is a Senior Lecturer for the Department of Analytics and Operations at NUS Business School. He is also the co-founder of Dedoco, a leading blockchain enterprise technology company, and Vice Chairman for Blockchain Association Singapore.
Dr Ernie has been teaching workshops and classes on FinTech, blockchain, and financial inclusion since 2016. In addition, he has been involved in blockchain projects across a variety of...More info
"There was a continued engagement which made this programme quite high quality."
— Sandeep Chandak, Managing Director, Asia Corporates and Traded Credit, Varde Partners
"The entire programme is structured in a very engaging way, and it helps to build knowledge and understanding of Fintech, in general."
— Ermin Isaković, Deputy Head of Risk and Compliance, Carey Olsen Guernsey
"The part dealing with crptocurrency in module 3 was most appreciated since I am already familiar with it. This has allowed me to connect my actual knowledge with the remaining parts of what is FinTech really."
— Peter Anthony, Director, Agreefuture
"The video lectures and the weekly related assignments. They give you a better understanding of the module taught."
— Peter Okeke, MD/CEO, Boxize Technology Limited
"Introduction to various FinTech terminologies. The assignments were really interesting as it required me to search content, read a lot and in the process obtain better understanding of the subject matter."
— Somnath Adak, CFO, APTT Management Pte. Limited
"Case studies shared for different companies (eg grab, Gojek, etc) was the best part as it give us a comprehensive way to understand the subject content."
— Heemank Verma, Senior Application Consultant, Mambu Asia Pacific Pte Ltd
When you make the decision to further your professional development, you are not only making a commitment to your own career advancement, but to the success of your organisation. And because you’ll be enhancing the skills and knowledge you will use to impact the way you do business, asking your employer to help fund your continuing education is a smart move.
Receiving financial assistance from an employer is more common than you may think, but it can feel rather intimidating. To help, here are some simple steps you can follow to make the request:
Do Your Research
Prior to asking for financial assistance, you need to make sure you can justify your programme of choice and how it will enhance your work performance.
Showcase Tangible Benefits
Get specific—discuss with your employer how your newly gained expertise will directly improve a process, service, strategy or any other aspect of your organisation that needs improving.
Start the Conversation
Don’t wait for your employer to broach the subject and present you with potential professional development opportunities. Once you’ve finished your research, send your employer an email to set up a meeting to discuss the programme you have in mind.
Upon successful completion of the programme, participants will be awarded a verified digital certificate by NUS Business School.Get Certified