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Madhvi Mavadiya

Madhvi Mavadiya

Head of Content at Finextra
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Bio With a demonstrated history of working in the international news and financial technology publishing industries, I manage content and the editorial team at Finextra. Career History Fintech journalist and commentator with over 10 years of experience in media and marketing.

Long reads

The Future of Digital Banking in the UK: What comes after digital transformation?

08 Aug 2022

This is an excerpt from Finextra’s report, 'The Future of Digital Banking in the UK 2022'. Technology is not a silver bullet for digital transformation. Investing in technology is of paramount importance but placing too much importance on the performance of technology in digital transformation will become a barrier to success. Digital transformat...

The Future of Digital Identity 2022: Preventing fraud in the 5G and IoT era

25 May 2022

This is an excerpt from Finextra’s report, ‘The Future of Digital Identity 2022: Inclusive, secure, fit for purpose.’ The Covid-19 pandemic has proven that digital accessibility and digital provisioning must be seamless, and services must be able to scale at a rapid rate. Servicing must not be at the expense of security and risk-based decisions mus...

Do you need cloud?

10 May 2022

There is no doubt that cloud offers several benefits for banks – better customer experience, increased security, faster processing, greater scalability, regulatory compliance, and lower costs. However, it is also no secret that the financial industry has been slow to adopt cloud technology because of concerns around sacrificing legacy on-premises a...

How cloud works

09 May 2022

Kicking off the Finextra Financial Cloud Series, we will be stripping back the subject of cloud and answering commonly asked questions. How does the cloud actually work? Vox’s Re/code addressed this question as part of its Too Embarrassed to Ask series, highlighting that the technology industry likes to create and use buzzwords that can be “nebulo...