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Bo Harald

My name is Guy. Same Guy. Reissued

My name is Guy. Mr Same Guy. I show up in as a so called private customer off hours, then during working hours as a corporate customer, as a citizen in public sector services and often also as a membe...

28 Dec 2012
Innovation in Financial Services
Retired Member

Many channels but one brand voice

In the current economic climate, it would be reasonable to expect that price points might be beginning to erode brand loyalty for consumers, as they seek out the best deals at the expense of their fav...

21 Dec 2012
Martin Bailey

Up in smoke

When you're about 4 years of age, piggy in the middle is a fun game, but it kind of loses its lustre by the time you get to 5. At the tender age of 42, I don't ever want to play it ever again, but my ...

18 Dec 2012
Banking Architecture
Killian Clifford

Will Merchants or Consumers drive Mobile Merchant Payments?

The GSMA recently issued a discussion paper on mobile merchant payments (or eWallet Merchant Payments as they label them). In it they laid out three conditions that they felt needed to be in place to...

18 Dec 2012
Pat Carroll

Looking back at 2012 and ahead to 2013

On data breaches and forms of attack: resistance is futile In 2012, we have seen an increasing number of sophisticated attacks made on a range of organisations in an attempt to capture consumer inform...

17 Dec 2012
Innovation in Financial Services
Sean Bowen

The Changing role of the CIO

There’s been a lot of debate around the changing role of the CIO in the press, and particularly in financial services. But we must take into consideration that, in the rapidly-evolving world of techn...

12 Dec 2012
Retired Member

iPhone 5S and NFC

NFC World ran an article on 5S "likely" to have NFC, citing investment bank Jefferies who said that "based on our checks, likely updates include a new super HD camera/screen, a better ...

11 Dec 2012
Innovation in Financial Services
Pat Carroll

Why has Eurograbber been able to do the damage it has?

Eurograbber, a Trojan that transfers itself from a user’s PC to their mobile phone has come to light, reportedly having so far defrauded banking customers out of over €36m. The simple reason for this ...

10 Dec 2012
Innovation in Financial Services
Retired Member

Digital banking solutions: once a convenience, now essential

Digital solutions have changed the way we work and live our everyday lives. For example, 10 years ago, it would have been unimaginable to be able to access all of your professional documents from anyw...

06 Dec 2012
Nick Levy

Welcome to the digital and mobile banking revolution

As the telecom world announced major steps forward with the availability of 4G last month, the banking world is also set for change with mobile likely to overtake the desktop as the primary online mec...

05 Dec 2012
Retired Member

My predictions for 2013

Some of my regular followers here at Finextra were curious as to why I have not been blogging lately. I normally write about practical and relevant issues, and it's getting harder and harder for me to...

04 Dec 2012
Innovation in Financial Services
Bo Harald

Letter to Santa Claus - reissued

Europe 17.12.2008 Dear Santa, We have been really nice, technology-neutral and hardworking Experts this year and look forward to You bringing us a few presents to play around with in 2009. The first ...

03 Dec 2012
Innovation in Financial Services