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BNY Mellon is looking to staff up a new team with a mandate to investigate business disruptive emerging technologies such as blockchain, AI and robotics.

Parisian business district La Défense is to build seven new skyscrapers over the next five years to accommodate an expected influx of demand from banks fleeing post-Brexit Britain.

ING and SocGen make blockchain-based oil trade
Blockchain

ING and SocGen make blockchain-based oil trade

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ING and Societe Generale have teamed up with commodity trading house Mercuria to test the use of blockchain technology for a live oil trade.

Starling tests Google Home payments
Retail banking

Starling tests Google Home payments

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UK challenger bank Starling has been experimenting with Google Home, integrating its API with the smart speaker to enable users to carry out balance queries and payments through voice commands.

Every NatWest and Royal Bank of Scotland branch is to get a specialist 'TechXpert' who will help customers use online and mobile banking and raise awareness of other non-branch alternatives.

Northern Trust has engaged with IBM on the commercial deployment of blockchain technology for the private equity market.

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Chatbot savings app Plum partners P2P lender Ratesetter
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Chatbot savings app Plum partners P2P lender Ratesetter

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British AI-powered savings Facebook Messenger chatbot Plum is to start steering users that are willing to take on risk in exchange for higher interest rates to P2P lender Ratesetter.

Funding for fintech companies around the world plummeted in 2016, with American and European firms experiencing a particularly sharp drop in investment, according to a report from KPMG and PitchBook which nevertheless predicts a bumper 2017.

EBA to relax controversial PSD2 authentication rules
Risk & regulation

EBA to relax controversial PSD2 authentication rules

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The European Banking Authority is to relax proposed rules on a requirement for strong customer authentication for all payments under EUR10, after being on the receiving end of a volley of complaints from industry participants who claimed that the mandate would lead to more declined transactions and abandoned purchases at the checkout.

Ant Financial's bid to create a globe-straddling payments behemoth continues with a $200 million investment in Kakao Pay, a soon-to-be launched mobile finance subsidiary from South Korean m-commerce platform Kakao.

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