Maria Koutsari


Better financing, financial management, and information intermediary services are the main objectives of Internet finance. Several aspects of the internet, including payments, cloud computing, social networking, and search engines, are the foundation of this new financial paradigm. It is a newly created financial service with qualities taken from conventional financial services, such as more operational convenience, greater involvement, better collaboration, and increased transparency. Internet finance links the financial industry to the fundamental principles of the Internet, such as decentralization, openness, equality, competitiveness, and competition. The primary distinction between Internet finance and traditional finance lies not only in the many channels each financial organization has employed in its development, but also in the participants' thorough knowledge of the underlying principles of internet cooperation and expansion.

Keywords: Internet finance; financial services; financial management; traditional finance 

JEL Codes: G30, G32, G38


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To cite this article: Koutsari M. (2022). Internet financial risk managment. Entrepreneurship, 10 (2), 70-79 DOI: 10.37708/ep.swu.v10i2.7