Jeff Yastine is a huge supporter of change. He believes the only way for something to improve is for it to evolve. As someone who follows the tech industry closely he knows innovation is a must in order to keep up with the competition. He recently wrote about the next up-and-coming tech industry. While Jeff hates when things stay the same he also knows that in business change usually entails more guidelines to follow. This is where regulatory technology comes in.
Regtech is looking very promising at the moment. It uses various kinds of cutting edge software to cut regulatory costs. In the near future regtech will most likely be used in banking and insurance industry considering how highly regulated both sector are. International banks spend billions of dollars on making sure they are operating in correspondence with every rule. In 2017 alone the emergence of nearly 100 regtech companies took place. while these companies are still in the early stages they are expected to make a big impact on industries in need of an influx in technology. No one can tell the future, but this new technology is looking like a great investment opportunity.
— Jeff Yastine (@Jeff_Y_Guru) December 8, 2017
About Jeff Yastine
Jeff Yastine has been involved with the stock market for more than two decades. In addition to being a finance expert he is also a financial journalist and currently writes for Banyan Hill’s Publishing. He’s credited with writing “Winning Investor Daily” and “Sovereign Investor Daily.” At this time Jeff editorial director of the publication.
Jeff received his education from the University of Florida and graduated in three years with a Bachelor of Arts degree in telecommunications. He worked at the same job for nearly 20 years after graduating from college. He eventually moved on to become the Editorial Director of the Oxford Club.
Over the course of Jeff’s career he has been learning how to invest from some of the leading investors and financiers on the market. Because of Jeff his financial expertise he was able to predict the real estate crisis in the mid 2000’s. Read this article:https://www.stockgumshoe.com/2013/03/microblog-jeff-yastines-prediction-of-april-30th-historic-fed-move/