Banking Technology April 2019 issue out now
Fintech spring is here, bringing the world colour.
The latest edition of our flagship magazine – Banking Technology – is out now, packed with news, analysis and insights, case studies, research and expert commentary.
A note from our editor-in-chief, Tanya Andreasyan:
“Most losses are recoverable except for time. Once lost, it remains lost forever.” These were words of Mohamed Horani, CEO of paytech company HPS, at the opening of the recent PowerCARD conference, urging bankers to hurry up with their digitalisation efforts.
Time to market is now measured in days and even hours, he emphasised, not months or years as it used to be. Long-term visions are now built in agile, small increments.
The future is already here, he continued. “So we must work individually, but also collaboratively – together – to enable the future now.”
Our team hopes that this latest issue of the magazine will inspire you to contribute towards hastening the digital future, to innovate and to make your mark on the industry.
And, as our resident thought provocateur Leda Glyptis advises, if your organisation is already blessed with an innovation team that “has the guts and brain fire power to explore different intellectual possibilities, the focus and determination to test options and present you with viable proposals for things never done before”, go over right now and give them a hug.
But if there is no such team – “go out and hire people who can take you boldly forth into the unknown; hire them for their intellectual prowess and old-world credibility; hire them for their creativity and insane work ethic; hire them for their fierce grace”.
There is no time to lose.
The April 2019 edition of Banking Technology features:
Open banking and payments – exciting times ahead!
Interview: Jean-Michel Hilsenkopf, Temenos
At the centre of banking transformation.
Spotlight: strategic messaging
What can banks learn from fintechs?
Focus: financial inclusion & tech
FinComEco – helping African farmers out of poverty and building better finance models.
Industry insights: Rahul S. Wadhavkar, Infosys Finacle
Open banking – progressing to the summit.
Food for thought
To go boldly forth or why you should hug your innovation team.
Focus: open banking
Lessons from the dating apps.
The forgotten faces of diversity – the invisibles.
Conference review: HPS PowerCARD 2019
Working together to tackle fraud.
Fintech funding round-up
The latest investment action from around the globe.
Start-ups and angel investors – a match made in heaven.
And not to forget the Regulars of course:
News – the good, the bad and the ugly.
Appointments – the movers and the shakers.
Industry events – mark your calendars!
Click here to read the digital edition of Banking Technology April 2019