Banking Technology May 2019 issue out now
Fintech with flourish. It blooms and blossoms.
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:
This month’s editor’s note comes from Level 39, a renowned technology and start-up community hub in London, where Centre for Finance, Technology and Entrepreneurship (CFTE) has just launched the UK capital’s first physical fintech campus.
I have been supporting CFTE since its launch two years ago. Its founders’ and team’s drive, creativity and commitment to educating the world about fintech and the opportunities it can bring is remarkable.
CFTE’s principle – “in the world of technology, people matter” – resonates with me. We all have been affected by the rapid advancement of technologies, at work and at home, and it can be overwhelming. Technology itself is impartial and indifferent, but how we choose to apply it and how we choose to interact with it – this is what makes it for good or malevolent.
In the financial services space, the impact of technology is really felt now – and it will only continue to proliferate – so learning what the tech is all about in the financial services, what makes it fintech, what makes it clever, is a smart and sensible move.
Learning opens up our horizons to the future of the industry, with us being a part of it. We are no longer just observers, on the sidelines, feeling helpless. We can contribute, make a difference and shape the future of the industry – today.
In the word of today (and most likely tomorrow) we all need to be able to learn, unlearn and relearn. Regardless of our age or professional status or years of experience in the industry. And for many of us, that’s not easy. But it’s needed.
And we – humans – aren’t the only ones learning. “Self-learning bank is where we want to take it,” said Dharmesh Mistry, Temenos’ chief digital officer, at the vendor’s recent Temenos Community Forum (TCF). “We want to help our customers build an artificial intelligence driven bank, where business rules are replaced with AI.”
New discoveries await!
The May 2019 edition of Banking Technology features:
The initial margin regime and the false economy trap.
Food for thought
Paper for the stone ages.
State of Digital Sales in Banking 2019: five key takeaways.
Nationwide Building Society and friends join forces for the good of fintech.
Fintech language: time to disrupt “disrupt”.
ATB Brightside: shining a light on digital banking.
A new dawn for French fintechs.
How to harness the power of the entrepreneurial mindset.
Open banking: why the revolution is behind schedule.
There is a tsunami coming; do you hear the sirens?
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 May 2019