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Banking Architecture

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Sarah JacksonEquiniti - London

Staying agile: The key to longevity for today’s challenger banks

25 May 2017  |  5173 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Despite their fragmentation, challenger banks remain united in their need for operational agility. The term ‘challenger banks’ is fast becoming a misnomer, such is the level of diversity displayed by today’s diverse range of financial services providers. At one end of the spectrum are the mobile only banks, like Atom, Monzo and Starling. These are ...

Maurizio CantonTIBCO Software - London

Enabling anywhere, anytime banking with an API-driven architecture

11 April 2017  |  5864 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Maurizio Canton, CTO EMEA, TIBCO Software As PSD2 drives the compulsory introduction of open APIs in banks, now is the time to go beyond compliance to achieving digital goals. Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) have stepped to the forefront as the financial sector looks to tackle its traditional reticence towards new technology. Institutio...

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Shriyanka Hore
Shriyanka HoreIBM - Mumbai

Who pays off the Technical Debt for Fintech Startups ?

03 April 2017  |  8991 views  |  1 comments | recommendations Recommends 2

'Technical Debt' - Making sense of the Metaphor In 1992 Ward Cunningham - the man who created the first Wiki coined a metaphor called 'Technical Debt' . The term later went on to be called 'Code Debt...

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Bradd Lewis
Bradd LewisDell EMC - London

Breaking out of the Henry T Ford approach to FS infrastructure

24 March 2017  |  3245 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

From our regular meetings with FS IT leaders in the UK, we know that the challenges of delivering scalable, secure and timely IT to support vastly different, yet constant, requests from across the bus...

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Anupam Garg
Anupam GargInfosys Limited - Chandigarh

Why, what and how banking should be opened?

22 March 2017  |  6229 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Gartner defines Open Banking as the provision of services in the context of users through API platforms; app stores and apps. In simpler words, it means utilisation of open source technology which can...

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Balajee Sethuraman
Balajee SethuramanCognizant - Zurich

Fending off fraudsters: six steps to tackling financial crime in banking today

17 February 2017  |  5766 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

In the financial services industry, disruptive technology is generally seen as an enabler of business growth, as well as an enhanced consumer experience. For example, blockchain ledgers have the poten...

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Nikhil Mittal
Nikhil MittalWells Fargo - Charlotte

Analytics is the oxygen that energizes new banks to scale new heights of modernization

26 July 2016  |  4252 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Large, global banks process billions of transactions across service offerings to a plethora of customers across demographics, daily. In order to sustain effective operations, they must adopt cutting-e...

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Nikhil Mittal
Nikhil MittalWells Fargo - Charlotte

Apply intelligence where it is needed the most

26 July 2016  |  2675 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

In my previous blog, we talked about letting the CAT out of the bag in order to make risk management more effective. The 'T' we talked about previously was 'transactions,' the other two being 'custome...

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Nikhil Mittal
Nikhil MittalWells Fargo - Charlotte

Risk Technology: Let the CAT out of the bag

26 July 2016  |  2822 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Today's banks are facing a common challenge across the globe: mounting technology costs and increasing compliance requirements. New organizations are surfacing at every nook and corner to disrupt norm...

TagsRisk & regulationTransaction banking
Andrew Fear
Andrew FearFreelance - Munich, Germany

Some simple truths about project success

29 November 2013  |  3448 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Several recent surveys show that the number of larger projects which are truly successful is well under fifty per cent. Some are outright failures; others fail to fulfil business objectives in some wa...

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Date 04 Sep 2008
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A community for discussing the latest happenings in banking IT. Credit Crunch impacting Risk Systems overall, revamp of mortgage backed securities, payment transformations, include business, technology, data and systems architecture capturing IT trends, 'what to dos?' concerning design of systems.
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