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About this tool
This is the interactive data explorer tool for the Global FinTech Survey 2016, launched in March 2016. It shows responses for 544 respondents, principally Chief Executive Officers (CEOs), Heads of Innovation, Chief Information Officers (CIOs) and top-tier managers involved in digital and technological transformation. Our survey was distributed to leaders in various segments of the FS industry in 46 countries in Fall/Winter 2015.
How to use this tool
- Step 1: Select a theme and then a survey question to view responses in the chart shown.
- Step 2: Select up to nine geographies (regions) and/or industries to customise the chart using the filters provided.
- Step 3: You can share your chart across a range of social media platforms.
Points to help you navigate
- Once you’ve chosen your filters in the “Main” view, scroll back up to select the industry or geography you want to view by clicking the relevant industry or geography tab just above the chart.
- For a number of the questions, there are two chart views (“Main” and “Alternative”). The alternative view allows you to compare results either for all options across multiple geographies and industries or for an individual option across multiple geographies and industries.
- When you click from one question to another, or from the “Main” view to the “Alternative” view within one question, any filters you have selected will remain. Click “Reset all filters” to remove all filters.
- Not all figures add up to 100% due to rounding of percentages and exclusion of “neither/no” and “don’t know” responses.
- The filters do not allow comparison of one industry in a particular geography e.g. it’s not possible to see what Insurance companies in Europe said.
- This tool is optimised for use on desktop computers, laptops and tablets. It can also be viewed on smaller mobile devices although viewing some of the charts may not be optimal.