Swave, a smart savings startup founded by two former hedge fund data crunchers, is to undergo a 12-week innovation immersion with Lloyds Banking Group after winning a financial literacy challenge run by Innovate UK.
Claire Calmejane, Director of Innovation, Lloyds Banking Group, discusses the increased level of engagement with fintech innovation at Sibos 2015, the different ways in which banks can interact with fintech startups and the likely evolution of the focus of fintech innovation over the coming years.
Sean Gilchrist, Managing Director, Commercial Digital, Lloyds Banking Group, discusses the dangers of failing to consider customer usability when designing systems, the value of building user testing into an iterative development process and the need to incorporate customer feedback on an ongoing basis.
Phil Allen, Director, Group Digital, Wealth and Investments, Lloyds Banking Group, speaks about wealth managers and private banks’ treatment of digital compared to retail, and how easily they can adapt into the digital age.
Lloyds Banking Group tech staff are to gain access to a bespoke 'Digital Foundations' course as part of a group-wide effort to equip employees with the tools and training necessary to drive innovation across the organisation.
For the first time, you can now see the likely level of digital exclusion at Local Authority level right across the UK, including brand new figures on levels of Basic Digital Skills collected for Go ON UK by Ipsos Mori in association with Lloyds Banking Group.
The UK’s biggest banking group has announced the launch of a new digital graduate scheme.
From today Lloyds Banking Group will offer its Lloyds Bank, Halifax and Bank of Scotland customers access to Apple Pay, which is transforming mobile payments with an easy, secure and private way to pay.
A data storage device containing the bank information of thousands of Lloyds customers has been reported stolen by insurance firm RSA.
With contactless cards and mobile payments growing in popularity, a quarter of Brits think that in just five years' time they will no longer need cash, according to a survey for Lloyds Bank.
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