A graphical representation of market prices used in technical analysis.
The management of a company's cash flows is commonly referred to as cash flow management.
A digital financial institution that challenges traditional banks by offering innovative and flexible services is commonly referred to as a digital bank or challenger bank.
A set of rules, processes, and behaviors that guide the management and operation of banking and fintech companies.
The payment system that allows for transactions to be made without physical contact with a credit card or phone is commonly referred to as contactless payment.
The evaluation of an individual's or company's creditworthiness is commonly referred to as credit assessment or credit analysis.
A cryptocurrency is a form of digital currency that uses cryptography to secure transactions and control the creation of new currency units. Cryptocurrencies operate on a decentralized network and use blockchain technology to maintain a public and immutable ledger of transactions. Some examples of cryptocurrencies include Bitcoin, Ethereum. Cryptocurrencies can be purchased, sold, and traded on various exchange platforms and used to purchase goods and services online or held as an investment.
Customer relationship management (CRM)
Customer Relationship Management (CRM) is the process of managing and analyzing interactions with customers and potential customers to improve business relationships, customer retention, and ultimately drive sales growth. It involves the use of technology and data to collect, manage, and analyze customer information across multiple channels, such as email, phone, social media, and in-person interactions. The goal of CRM is to provide a better understanding of customer needs and behaviors in order to improve the overall customer experience and drive business growth.
The protection of digital information from cyber attacks.