I’m just saying…
As chief digital officer (CDO) and product director at Temenos for seven years and IT consultant at Lloyds bank in the mid-1980s, Mistry has also held posts such as the head of technology strategy and architecture at NatWest Bank Card Services, and a CTO in both entranet and edge IPK.
From the very first internet and mobile banking apps to artificial intelligence (AI) and virtual reality (VR) – Mistry has been on both sides of the fence and he’s not afraid to share his opinions.
The problem with better banking
Surely banking customers want and deserve better banking?
The Amazon-ification of banking
So, what can banks learn from Amazon? In a nutshell it should have these key features.
The secret is not just about being frictionless and digital.
Tesla-fy your bank
Will banks ever truly reinvent banking?
Carlsberg Bank – probably the best digital bank in the world
Banks need to identify new segments and go beyond banking
Recognising who customers are, what they believe, how they respond and act.
The birth of life stage banking
Finally customers will get help in managing their lifestyle or life stages.
Being digital vs doing digital
It's best to be clear whether it's truly digital or whether it is in fact digitisation.
The driverless bank
A truly digital organisation can live without one of the five P's that typically creates friction.
EXCLUSIVE: Woodforest National implements Finxact on Microsoft Azure
Furthermore, US-based Finxact has also made its first core banking system sale abroad – in Thailand.
Tally launches 2.0 version of UK Faster Payments-linked app
Tally is not a cryptocurrency, because it’s linked to a tangible asset.
Nucleus Commercial Finance gains £25m funding line from Paragon Bank
SME lender plans to boost support for customers.
Viva Wallet buys Greece’s first digital challenger Praxia Bank
Praxia was on the verge of being dissolved last month.
Rise of the machines: AI and machine learning in financial services
FinTech Futures launches its first industry report for 2020. Download it today!
How Canadian start-up Cinchy is transforming data for banks
Exclusive interview with Cinchy’s CEO. “Think of it as the end of fragmentation.”
Goldman won’t take companies public without at least one “diverse” board member
GS itself has four women on its board of directors, out of 11 total members.
The rise of investment apps
There’s an appetite to save and invest despite low interest rates across Europe, Australia and the US.
Finnish SME banking service Holvi launches in UK
The challenger already has 200,000 customers largely in Finland and Germany.
Freetrade takes on Europe, starting with the Netherlands and Ireland
Germany and France are next on Freetrade’s list.