Definition of fintech in English:

fintech

noun

mass noun
  • Computer programs and other technology used to support or enable banking and financial services.

    ‘fintech is one of the fastest-growing areas for venture capitalists’
    as modifier ‘fintech startups’
    • ‘I've worked with many of the top venture-backed startups in the fintech space.’
    • ‘The UK is fast becoming the destination of choice for any fintech company.’
    • ‘Private equity investor English said she joined because it's a unique place to meet people in fintech.’
    • ‘Silicon Valley is obviously strongest in semiconductors, while New York City is arguably strongest in fintech.’
    • ‘It has global experience it can share with fintech managers and call center representatives alike.’
    • ‘As it stands, a small fintech company can't release their products without the support of those larger companies.’
    • ‘Though the future looks promising for fintech and London, there are still road-bumps ahead.’
    • ‘At the event, 10 high-growth start-ups, largely in fintech or security, pitched their businesses to an audience of venture capitalists and invited guests.’
    • ‘He presented his challenge at a fintech launch in Singapore during his six-day tour of South East Asia.’
    • ‘Johnson and a cohort of industry representatives have been busy banging the drum for London's fintech scene.’

Origin

Early 21st century abbreviation of financial technology (earlier in the names of various companies).

Pronunciation

fintech

/ˈfɪntɛk/