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The role of digital technologies on growth of mutual funds industry: An empirical study

Kishore Kumar Das and Shahnawaz Ali
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Kishore Kumar Das: Associate Professor and Dean, Department of Commerce and Business Management. Ravenshaw University, Cuttack, India
Shahnawaz Ali: Department of Accounting, Catholic University in Ebril, Ainkawa, Ebril, Kurdistan region, Iraq

International Journal of Research in Business and Social Science (2147-4478), 2020, vol. 9, issue 2, 171-176

Abstract: This study aims to evaluate the effect of rapid changes in financial technologies and their impact on the financial services industry of India. A descriptive study has been made on the implementation of financial technologies in modern-day financial services Industries. An intensive literature review has been done from the existing most recent available journals, newspaper articles, government websites, and magazines. We have discussed the effects of the financial technologies on the existing financial system of India, the threats and challenges faced by the regulators in regulating the novel disruptive technologies. We have also discussed potential threats, challenges and future prospects of upcoming technologies in the mutual funds industry in India. Based on the literature review, it is found that financial technologies (FinTech) have a positive and important effect on the financial services industry of India. The AUM (Asset Under Management) has seen a tremendous jump in the recent past. It has also increased the customer experience with better access to the back office, even from remote places. In addition, the paper has also discussed the challenges faced by the regulators, who are yet to fully understand the implication of the fast-changing technological environment around us. Finally, this article contributes to the knowledge building and understanding of financial technologies and its impact on the financial industry, challenges, and future prospects. Key Words:Blockchain, Big data, Robo-Advisory, Digital Footprint, Asset Management Algorithms

Date: 2020
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