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Nick Green

Optimism returns to Fintech: How firms can support growth with the right data

The fintech industry has faced major hurdles due to economic ups and downs and changing regulations. This has forced fintechs to rethink their rapid growth plans. Unbridled expansion is no longer viab...

2 h
Shawn Conahan

All Rewards Platforms Are Not Created Equal: Why Bank-Grade Capabilities Matter

With some of the biggest financial institutions in the world launching shopping rewards programs, it’s clear these loyalty incentives are becoming table-stakes in the field of value-added financial se...

18 h
James Booth

Transatlantic ties: Comparing the payments landscapes of the US and the UK

There is a famous phrase, which has been attributed to both Winston Churchill and George Bernard Shaw, that states the UK and the US are “two nations divided by a common language”. This refers to the ...

19 h
The Payments Business
Rob Straathof

Are legacy financial institutions at a loss against fintechs?

The world’s financial companies, including banks and the larger credit and debit card players, have been in a position of market power for a long time. However, the disruption and digitalisation tha...

19 Jun 2024
Embedded Finance
Jamel Derdour

Unleashing Potential: Harnessing Digital Payments in Emerging Markets

In the global arena of finance, emerging markets are increasingly becoming the epicentre of a profound shift in payment systems. As technology advances and connectivity spreads, these markets are expe...

18 Jun 2024
Innovation in Financial Services
Terry Hubert

Putting an End to the Trade Digitisation Waiting Game

As we see different industries exploring how digitisation can improve their business practices, it’s particularly exciting to consider how innovative technology can enhance global trade practices. How...

18 Jun 2024
Guy Melamed

Recent European Elections And Their Implications On Capital Markets

The elections for the European Parliament, held between 6th and 9th of June, could end up significantly impacting capital markets on the continent. This juncture could have the effect of reshaping r

18 Jun 2024
Financial Services Regulation
Bo Harald

Also the Product Passport should be a Verifiable Credential

Proposal to the EWC consortium (the large scale EU pilot led by Sweden and Finland). As: 1. EWC is focusing on the all-important organisation wallet (general purpose and interoperable for states, mun...

18 Jun 2024
Innovation in Financial Services
Steve Wilcockson

Your LLM Will Wish You Had Used a Knowledge Graph

The problem: Generative AI Large Language Models (LLMs) can only answer questions or complete tasks based on what they been trained on - unless they’re given access to external knowledge, like your or...

18 Jun 2024
Artificial Intelligence and Financial Services
Joris Lochy

Uniting Forces: A Holistic Approach to Financial Crime

Financial institutions face increasing challenges in combating financial crime. While technology has significantly advanced (e.g. thanks to AI), the methods employed by criminals have also evolved, be...

17 Jun 2024
Exposing Financial Crime
Nikolay Denisenko

The Future of Work And Financial Planning: Can Neobanks Help Adapt to the Gig Economy?

The traditional model of the 9-to-5 job with a steady paycheck and employer-sponsored benefits is fading fast. Last year, up to 30% of the global workforce participated in some form of freelance or i...

17 Jun 2024
Analytics in Banking
Francesco Fulcoli

Embracing Diversity and Inclusion: A Strategic Imperative for Modern Organisations

Diversity and inclusion (D&I) have emerged as critical components of a successful and sustainable business strategy. Organisations that prioritise D&I are not only enhancing their workplace cu...

17 Jun 2024

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