11 clusters of innovation disrupting financial services


What are the 11 clusters of innovation disrupting financial services?

The future of financial services in Australia

This report builds on our research with the World Economic Forum to consider the impact of innovation on the Australian financial services market activities and how incumbents might best respond.

The Future of Financial Services report co-produced by World Economic Forum and Deloitte focused on how disruptive innovations are reshaping the way financial services are structured, provisioned and consumed. It was based on extensive research undertaken with global industry leaders, innovators and regulators, in an effort to understand the transformative potential of innovation.

As we continue to explore the future of financial services, this document builds on the original research to look at the key areas of impact of the 11 clusters of innovation and considers what really matters to Australia. It also takes the original research a stage further and identifies the six key stakeholders that will be impacted.

We hope you find the document useful and thought provoking. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to also reach out to us directly.

What are the 11 clusters of innovation disrupting financial services
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