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Craig RamseyACI Worldwide - Watford

Knowledge-based innovation

20 June 2011  |  5394 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

All banks benefit from improvements to the payment market’s efficiency. This is where experienced software professionals can help the payments community achieve more in less time, particularly in complex global markets. Software partners are in a position to help deliver innovative services with their available proven solutions and tools. When a ...

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WiFi Sky High!

17 June 2011  |  3619 views  |  1  |  Recommends 0

Having just returned from EBA Day in Madrid, I think that the 600+ delegates, exhibitors and organisers, would agree it was a roaring success, with only one slight cloud on the horizon - WiFi. Why is it in this day and age that the likes of Starbucks, Costa and numerous hotels and other places can provide free WiFi but that conference venues c...

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Craig RamseyACI Worldwide - Watford

Innovating to compete

17 June 2011  |  3703 views  |  1  |  Recommends 0

The need to develop new customer propositions has become more important recently because of the new market entrants that many claim are eroding the traditional bank’s business in the payments space. I...

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Retail banks get consumer happy

16 June 2011  |  3746 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

Innovation in the retail banking industry is surely a oxymoron! Never noted for out-of-the-box thinking sleepy bankers have always been very keen to protect what they have and just take the money. Not...

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SEPA a rule of convenience

16 June 2011  |  3797 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

SEPA is going to get a firm date at last but where are the sanctions for countries who don't comply? I have said this many times before but rules without a penalty are not worth writing. It's of cours...

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Global respect needed for Basel III or it will fail

16 June 2011  |  3732 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

So Basel III looms large but will it be in-step with the rest of the world? We all know that we are now in a global economy and financial services has to come to terms with a rapidly changing world an...

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EBA Day and the road back

16 June 2011  |  3560 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

EBA Day has been quite something this year. It has grown enormously and now rivals SIBOS for quality of speakers, delegates and exhibitors. The concentration of top quality people in the payments spac...

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Call to arms for Basel III

16 June 2011  |  3129 views  |  1  |  Recommends 0

Basel III appeared like a dark cloud over sunny Madrid at this excellent EBA Day event. There is plenty of detail that has yet to emerge so discussions and debate is somewhat premature however there w...

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Matt WhiteFinextra - Toronto

EBAday: a single migration end-date for Sepa?

16 June 2011  |  5004 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

For the first time in a long time Sepa hasn't really dominated EBAday. Finally, it seems, we're nearly there on migration end-dates and can start concentrating on other matters. The EC's Michael Thom...

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Craig RamseyACI Worldwide - Watford

Reaching true differentiation

16 June 2011  |  4008 views  |  0  |  Recommends 1

A broad range of activities - and not just cost cutting - must be adopted if a financial institution's market share is to be maintained and managed, and are imperative if market share is to grow. Con...

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