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A strong base for Client Lifecycle Management and KYC allows banks to adapt to changes
A Finextra member

A Finextra member

  Interesting points.
Despite the crisis: counter-intuitive product development ideas banks should try right now
Ketharaman Swaminathan

Ketharaman Swaminathan

  Not sure how the channel by which banking services are consumed has any relevance for the bank's forays into food and medicine retailing business but, just for the record, in my 15+ years of being a customer of this said bank, I have not visited its branch even once. I've used its banking services entirely via digital channels. 
Despite the crisis: counter-intuitive product development ideas banks should try right now
Kirill Paraska

Kirill Paraska

  Yes, you're right. This risk clearly exists, if a bank's clients are more often served in branches, rather than in mobile applications, it is better not to dive into lifestyle. At first, you will need to collect more data to implement high-quality service and individual offers. For this purpose, the main channel of communication with the user is better suited to mobile application, where such experiments are not perceived negatively. What your bank does is  worth respect! Thank you for your comment.
Rethinking Technology’s Role in the Evolving Asset Management Landscape
Ravishankar Poonjolai

Ravishankar Poonjolai

  Aptly said "Technology depreciates both financially and in terms of performance, and traditional investment cycles in technology last around five years"
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Webinar - How Banks in EMEA Can Thrive Amid Economic Uncertainty
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Webinar - How Banks in EMEA Can Thrive Amid Economic Uncertainty

Capitalising on agility to win the digital banking competition.

Webinar - Why it’s time to start your ISO 20022 payments migration now
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Webinar - Why it’s time to start your ISO 20022 payments migration now

Guaranteed end-to-end integrity is a core objective of SWIFT’s approach to ISO 20022 migration and makes for an attractive selling point for players across financial services. Yet, given the scale, complexity, and cost of the project, is achieving a timely, effective ISO 20022 migration a realistic endeavour?