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2017 | 85 | 20-28
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The development of the FinTech industry in the Visegrad group countries

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This article aims at presenting the development potential of FinTech branch in the Visegrad Group countries, representing similar economic and geopolitical situation. The article consists of two main parts – the first part discusses theoretical aspects of FinTech branch; the second presents statistics concerning the development of companies of this kind, both internationally and regionally. To elaborate on the subject, authors based on Polish and foreign source literature and reports on the discussed subject.
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85
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20-28
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  • Faculty of Economics and Management, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Poland
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  • Faculty of Economic Sciences, Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland
References
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  • [6] D. Kuo Chuen, E. Teo. Emergence of FinTech and the LASIC principles. Journal of Financial Perspectives, Vol. 3, No. 3, (2015).
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