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Abstract

Abstract : This research paper describes FinTech, Need of FinTech Regulations, Superpowers that are shaping FinTech and Bibliometric Analysis on FinTech Regulations. It also discusses about Regulations that are prevailing in UK, US and China and also Regulating bodies therein. An extensive research has been done for academic publications since 2000 to 2019, focussing on country wide research publications, author statistics, top subject areas and different publication types in FinTech Regulations, using Scopus Database, Google Scholar, Research gate and tools like GPS visualizer. After all the research, has been concluded that these superpowers(UK,US and China) are leading in the Research of this topic as well and have highest number of publications on the topic “FinTech Regulations”.

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