Global Fintech Investment Growth (Infographic)

London Fintech Week is BackBelow is an infographic created in conjunction with London Fintech Week which commences next Monday (July 18).  The research compiled on Fintech growth is quite interesting showing a dramatic increase in the Asia Pacific region and slowing growth in the UK.  China has overtaken Europe, the UK and USA South & East, in overall investment. According to the information provided:

  • From July 2015 to June 2016, Fintech investment surged in China growing to $8.8 billion, increasing 252% since 2010
  • Total global Fintech investment stands at $80 billion since 2010
  • Australia and New Zealand have seen a 343% jump in investment, moving from a total of $300 million between 2010 and 2015 to $1.36 billion in the last year alone.
  • The UK is ahead of Continental Europe at $7.2 billion versus $6.8 billion but grew at a slower pace during the last year at 33% versus 55%
  •  Investment by category in year to June 2016, show payments and peer to peer lending (P2P) and direct lending are the biggest area of investments at $5.3 billion each (66% of total investment). Breaking down lending into its constituent parts direct lending is $3.3 billion (21%) and ‘Peer-to-peer lending’ $2 billion (12.3%)
  • Loans in total have seen a decrease in investment compared to 2015 from $8 billion down to $3.3 billion first half 2016 a yearly run rate of around $6.6 billion. This is as a result of institutional investors being more cautious in placing funds on to direct lending and P2P platforms in 2016

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