What the Fintech? Episode 18 | Year in review
We relay our industry highlights of 2020.
We relay our industry highlights of 2020.
Sellers can avoid the 3.9% international transaction fee.
Consumers are critically in need of SCA to combat this a rise in fraud numbers.
FinTech Future’s weekly news round-up.
The Aussie credit card company has also purchased an equity interest in QuadPay.
The firms collaborate to provide an industry solution for uncleared margin rules.
Greater automation and better use of standards would benefit the FX market.
Closing more loans and realizing revenue more quickly is every lender’s goal. But if you’re operating with costly, time-consuming paper-based processes, that goal will be impossible to achieve. The only viable option is to part ways with paper and partner with a digital solution. In the eBook, “Realizing Value in Mortgages with eSignature,” you’ll discover […]
Credit unions must embrace digital touchpoints to remain competitive or risk going out of business. Today’s consumers are increasingly interested in interacting with financial products online, using mobile apps, and being able to conduct financial transactions anywhere, at any time, on any device. Download the eBook, “DocuSign’s Four Key Benefits for Credit Unions” and you’ll […]
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Guy Wakeley, Chief Executive Officer of Equiniti Group talks to Daily News at Sibos about the benefits of RegTech in an increasingly digital world.
SIBOS Video: Gordon Gray, SunTec
SIBOS Video: Max Speur, SunTec
SIBOS Video: Nanda Kumar, SunTec
Sibos Interview: Niraj Singhal, Dell Services
Using Sibos as a springboard into the wider financial services community, mobile technology giant Ericsson is hoping to persuade more banks to join Peru’s La Asociación de Bancos del Perú (Asbanc). The Association connects unbanked consumers, telcos and banks together to offer a full range of services across the globe.
Digital and mobile technologies, cost reduction, compliance requirements, and the need to remain competitive, are key drivers to branch transformation – an opportunity for banks to re-think their IT operating model and to find a partner who can offer a large pool of diversified expertise around modern technologies and practices.
In the digital age, banks must adapt to new processes and customer expectations quickly. Yet many banks still operate legacy batch systems and have not yet transformed their ITO infrastructure. In association with SAP, Banking Technology is conducting a survey of the number of different systems banks have, and how long it takes for various transactions to occur.
Improve your customer’s experience with Hybrid IT Banks must compete fiercely for new customers and to hold onto the ones they have. That means consistently meeting customer expectations, which is no easy task given the speed with which those expectations are evolving, particularly in terms of Internet and mobile interactions. Banks need to deploy technology […]
http://d36omcu95vpmg5.cloudfront.net/webinars/2015/Misys_May2015.mp4 Digital innovation is disrupting the retail banking industry worldwide. Many perceive the trailblazers to be the hot start-ups – creative, legacy-free, pioneering the latest digital and analytics technologies. But established ‘traditional’ banks have the opportunity to reinvent or reinvigorate their brands in the digital world – with an already captive audience and decades […]
Rewiring the Markets Is regulation making capital markets more efficient? Don’t bet on it … Procurement Policies Learn to love the annual budgeting process Supplier management Balancing cost and manageability in supplier sourcing Learning from experience What to look for as real-time payment systems proliferate unstoppable evolution How changes in payments will make some banks […]
A Balancing Act Mobile banking and payments are forcing banks to radically reconsider their systems architectures and processes Cloud in financial services How banks learned to stop worrying and love the cloud Biometrics Voice and fingerprint recognition are no longer esoteric or inaccurate – in fact, they’re becoming the norm Nurturing innovation Amy Nauiokas talks about Anthemis’s vision […]
Paul Clay, National Account Manager for Banking and Security at Cummins Allison, talks about the importance of self-service coin solutions as part of a branch transformation programme.
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Biometric identity verification mechanisms were prominent among the raft of new product announcements at the Money20/20 event in Las Vegas, which opened this week.
With attention increasingly focusing on mobile payments and mobile banking, Fiserv is urging banks to look more closely at how to use mobile to not only deliver services to customers, but also as an up- and cross-selling channel.
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While mobile commerce and payments have been slow to take off in Western countries, the developing world has been stealing a march with innovative services and products.
The deadline for trade reporting mandated by the European Market Infrastructure Regulation is 12 February, and many institutions are working hard to meet it. In this webinar, Banking Technology and the DTCC will be discussing how the industry managed the transition and what challenges remain.
Bank of America is working with Facebook’s Open Compute project on a radical revamp of its systems. David Reilly, head of its Technology Infrastructure unit, tells Banking Technology why Software Defined.Infrastructures are the way ahead.
Loyalty is key to business success – and banks that can bring data and technology to bear to achieve it stand to gain the most, writes Sameet Gupte, senior vice president and managing director for Europe at IT consulting and outsourcing company Virtusa Corporation.
Globally, around 50 per cent of the population do not have a bank account. Whether that is perceived as a surprisingly large or surprisingly small ratio is questionable; what is certain is that there is a potentially significant opportunity to provide those financial services
Global non-cash payments volumes continue to rise unabated, according to World Payments Report 2013 (WPR 2013), which was launched today. Non-cash transactions grew by 8.8 per cent during 2011 (the latest year for which full data is available) and are predicted to top 333 billion for 2012.
With six months before the 4th Capital Requirements Directive comes into force, many will be asking what technological improvements will be necessary to efficiently manage risk going forward. Before they embark on a costly overhaul of their data systems, firms should look at what regulatory trends are likely to require similar changes in the future and adjust their specification accordingly.
Predicting the future is never easy, but trying to anticipate likely developments in a particular area is essential in order to take timely action. With that caveat, Stephen Lindsay, head of standards at SWIFT, sets a boundary on a discussion on the Future of Standards: “What we are trying to do is extrapolate a little bit from where we are now to where we might be in a few years’ time,” he says.
The number of new financial services jobs available in London during May was 20% over the previous month and recruitment specialists say that the trend is upwards, but the number of new jobs in May was 59% down compared to the same period last year.
Rising to the challenge of reconnecting with customers, rebuilding trust and renewing the banking experience, banks are starting to explore digital technologies and solutions.
It has been clear for some time now that some of the regulations coming into force around the globe contain contradictions and inconsistencies. A large part of the work done by JWG, Banking Technology‘s partner for our regular RegTech coverage, has been in identifying these, working out their impact on systems and processes and what issues […]