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Salil Ravindran

Are banks adopting wallets and contactless the right way

NFC contactless and m-wallets have a significant role to play in the future of mobile financial services and mobile commerce. As much as we know this for a fact, banks have been sceptical in their min...

30 Dec 2011
Innovation in Financial Services
Bo Harald

Taiwan setting targets - 4 bn e-invoices in 2013

Su Chun-jung, the director of the Financial Data Center (that is resided under the Ministry of Finance) stated that: around 100 million e-invoices will be issued in Taiwan by the end of 2011 that fig...

27 Dec 2011
Innovation in Financial Services
Bo Harald

Russia moving towards e-invoicing

"On the 26th of December the Prime Minister of Russian Federation Vladimir Putin signed the resolution “About the forms and rules of filling and exchanging documents for VAT management”. This doc...

27 Dec 2011
Innovation in Financial Services
Bo Harald

Just like payments - in sight

With the establishment of eeSPA http://www.eespa.eu/EESPA%20Press%20Release-2011-12-15.pdf we now have the organization in place to drive towards e-invoicing functioning “Just-like-payments. You sign...

22 Dec 2011
Innovation in Financial Services
Ruaidhri Garvey

Confirmation matching: Looking back.... to the future!

Even though the market for matching trade confirmations automatically is a mature one with many tools in place for more than a decade, manual processes still exist. Challenges including working with ...

20 Dec 2011
Retired Member

How Safe is Your Mobile Wallet?

Consumers love alternatives, especially if the alternative is easy to use and already part of their everyday life. However, most consumers who undertake e-commerce using their mobile device are woefu...

20 Dec 2011
Information Security
Retired Member

Forecast 2012 - Thirteen Truths of Pipeline Management

T H I R T E E N T R U T H S O F P I P E L I N E M A N A G E M E N T Truth #1: The first truth of pipeline management is, as you might expect, that a strong pipeline avoids the quarter end crunch...

20 Dec 2011
Retired Member

Better Joy Through Finance

The holidays are, for some, an unbearably stressful time of year. The food, the parties, the relatives, and, of course, the gifts, all conspire to make miserable what should be fun and enjoyable. He...

19 Dec 2011
Finance 2.0
Pat Carroll

An endless challenge? Or a new beginning?

In my last blog post I wrote about the problems banks will have with fraud detection when the three day payment process window shortens dramatically from January 2012. Because existing risk-engine str...

19 Dec 2011
Innovation in Financial Services
Retired Member

I can't believe you did that Co-Op

It baffles my brains that a bank would even consider buying 632 branches off Lloyds when they don't even have any investment in mobile banking. They have just made a big investment in the past and Ll...

16 Dec 2011
Bo Harald

Saving tax payers' money

We have on many occasions stressed the need for the public sector to more aggressively - save their own operating costs, - help enterprises to save cost, - drive enterprises across digitalization ...

15 Dec 2011
Innovation in Financial Services
Pat Carroll

New payment rules - new mindset!

As of 1st January 2012, the three-day wait for fund transfers will be over. Banks must ensure that for all electronic payments (e.g. online banking transfers), the money reaches the payee’s account in...

15 Dec 2011
Innovation in Financial Services