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Financial services corporations based in Delaware will benefit as additional fintech products reach the marketplace, according to Troy Mix, the associate director of the University of Delaware's Institute for Public Administration. (Courtesy: The Delaware Business Times/Innovation Delaware Magazine 2019)
As part of its goal to showcase what Governor John Carney calls "the diversity of Delaware's innovation economy," the Delaware Business Times publishes the Innovation Delaware Magazine to showcase a variety of the state's companies that are leading the nation in their industries when it comes to innovative ideas.
The Biden School's Troy Mix, associate director of the Institute for Public Administration (IPA), is featured in the 2019 release's article on financial technology (or fintech) and its role in the First State. "The fintech future appears to be bright for Delaware," according to Mix, who recently served on a team of researchers that worked collaboratively with the Delaware Prosperity Partnership and the First State Fintech Lab to publish Delaware in a Fintech Future, a report highlighting Delaware's role in the rapidly changing financial services industry.
Read the full Innovation Delaware 2019 article or view the digital flipbook version of the article.
The University of Delaware's Institute for Public Administration (IPA) addresses the policy, planning, and management needs of its partners through the integration of applied research, professional development and the education of tomorrow's leaders.
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