17 October 2017


Bob LyddonLyddon Consulting Services - Thames Ditton

Banco Popular Espanol: new EU bank supervisory system threatens to unravel

19 September 2017  |  6251 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 1

In June Banco Popular Espanol (“BPE”) was sold to Santander for €1, with Santander taking over all the assets and senior liabilities of BPE. Crucially BPE depositors with over €100,000 in their accounts were not bailed-in – they did not have the excess converted into “capital-like instruments” in the recovering/resolved bank. The holders of share ...

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Henri WajsblatAnaplan - Paris

How Banks Can Thrive in an Uncertain World

12 September 2017  |  3219 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

The one certainty in the financial services sector today is that banks will be operating in an uncertain environment for the foreseeable future. Markets are volatile. Regulations are fast-evolving. The political environment is unstable. And customer demands are shifting. But there’s also good news — technology can help banks weather the uncertaint...

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Keith Stonell
Keith StonellGuidewire - London

Digitalisation, not Brexit, London Market's biggest challenge

07 August 2017  |  3946 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Next year is the fortieth anniversary of when Lloyd’s decided to make a dramatic, concrete and steel statement about its past and future. 1978 was the year work started on Richard Rogers’ Lloyd’s Bui...

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Richard Ransom
Richard RansomBottomline - Reading

New players need old players to flourish

01 August 2017  |  3689 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

In recent years, there have been numerous headlines hailing the rise of a new breed of financial technology players and the downfall of incumbent banks. However, to what extent has this been the case ...

Damian Kimmelman
Damian KimmelmanDueDil - London

Economic policy must be driven by information on the present, not the past

08 June 2017  |  7219 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

We live in an organic economy where businesses expand and contract at an ever-increasing rate. Companies like Deliveroo are growing rapidly in the matter two or three years, while other businesses lik...

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Stuart Lacey
Stuart LaceyTrunomi - London

GDPR 1 Year Countdown: Ready or Not?

30 May 2017  |  5600 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

In less than 1 year the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will be enforced. If you haven’t heard by now; the GDPR will fundamentally change the way that companies capture, manage and store inf...

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Nicholas Roi
Nicholas RoiPerivan Technology - London

What are the Barriers to FinTech Investment?

15 March 2017  |  12367 views  |  2 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Is 2017 truly a year of investment for fintech innovation as has been suggested? A report at the end of last year by law firm, Mayer Brown, suggested that financial services firms are keen to make an ...

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Hugo Cuevas-Mohr
Hugo Cuevas-MohrMohr World Consulting - IMTC Conferences - Miami


13 February 2017  |  6056 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

After a series of media interviews a couple of weeks ago, in a trip to Guatemala, I realized in a moment that I was witnessing a change in the public perception of remittances that I had not grasped b...

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Francis Cook
Francis CookGFT UK - London

2017 regulatory challenges for banks: A pathway to unity or division?

03 February 2017  |  5905 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

I last wrote about Brexit just prior to the referendum, and with the start of a new year, Article 50 voting in the House of Commons and a new President in the White House, it seems apt to look once ag...

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Peter Hill
Peter HillSimCorp - London

Grey with some sunny spells - the outlook for Europe

22 December 2016  |  4281 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Recent unrest among the middle classes across both sides of the Atlantic and a greater number of voters in both the UK referendum and US elections suggest they want change, and they want it soon. Wol...

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