Fintech: Foundations and Applications of Financial Technology
Major: Finance, Banking and Insurance
Code of subject: 7.072.01.M.014
Lecturer: Assoc. Prof. Andriana Mazur, PhD
Semester: 2 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Learning outcomes: • to be able to apply innovative approaches in the field of FinTech and manage them; • to diagnose and model the financial activities of economic entities using modern financial technology tools; • to use tools and technologies of modern management with the use of financial technologies in the management of financial and non-financial institutions; • to use information systems of state financial bodies and corporate information systems, electronic banking information transmission systems, interbank and other payment systems; • to select and apply economic-mathematical methods and models of FinTech and determine the benefits of their application in the activities of financial and non-financial corporations.
Required prior and related subjects: • Financial management, • Modeling of insurance market activities, • Financial services market, • Research methodology in finance, • Financial innovation.
Summary of the subject: The essence, role and properties of information technology in finance. Application of information technology tools in the financial sector. The fundamentals of the FinTech market. FinTech in the stock market. Principles of the functioning of the digital economy. E-commerce. E-Business. Shared Service Centres. Principles for providing a cyber security system. Financial management of IT projects.
Assessment methods and criteria: Final control - (100%): laboratory training (50%), tests (20%), oral component (30%).
Recommended books: 1. Virtual learning environment: electronic educational and methodological complex of the course «Fintech: основи та застосування фінансових технологій». – Available at: https://vns.lpnu.ua/course/view.php?id=8434. 2. Socio-economic and management concepts : Collective monograph [I. Alieksieiev, A. Mazur (2021) Providing sustainable finance: the role of financial institutions (7.1). – p.323–331]. – Boston: International Science Group. – Boston : Primedia eLaunch, 2021. DOI - 10.46299/ISG.2021.MONO.ECON.I. Retrieved from https://isg-konf.com/socio-economic-and-management-concepts/ 3. Viktor Khavalko, Andriana Mazur, Vladyslav Mykhailyshyn, Roman Zhelizniak, Iryna Kovtyk (2020). Economic efficiency of innovative projects of CNN modified architecture application // CEUR Workshop Proceedings. – 2020. – Vol. 2654 : Proceedings of the International workshop on cyber hygiene (CybHyg-2019) co-located with 1st International conference on cyber hygiene and conflict management in global information networks (CyberConf 2019). Kyiv, Ukraine; November 30, 2019. – P. 182–193. Retrieved from http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-2654/paper14.pdf (SciVerse SCOPUS). 4. I.Alieksieiev, A.Mazur, A.Moroz. (2020). Methodology of Prospective and Current Research in Finance. Economics, Entrepreneurship, Management, vol. 7, No. 2, p. 46-60. Retrieved from http://science.lpnu.ua/eem/all-volumes-and-issues/volume-7-number-2-2020/methodology-prospective-and-current-research (Index Copernicus) 5. Ozirkovskyy L., Kulyk I., Mazur A., Petryshyn N., Malynovska Yu. (2018) Analysis of the Maintenance Strategy Effectiveness Based on the Reliability/Cost Ratio. Proceedings of 14th International Conference on Advanced Trends in Radioelectronics, Telecommunications and Computer Engineering (TCSET), (Lviv-Slavske, February 20 – 24, 2018). – Lviv-Slavske: IEEE, 2018. – P. 54-56. (Scopus)