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Tejasvi Addagada

Artificial Intelligence in Data Privacy and Protection can increase customer trust

The development of Artificial Intelligence and Data Protection domains are largely dependent on the economic and societal needs. While Artificial Intelligence develops better customer services by wran...

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Artificial Intelligence and Financial Services
Rishi Chauhan

Customer and industry led approach to Open Finance

The Second Payment Services Directive (PSD2) and Open Banking regulations in the UK required financial institutions, on their customers’ request, to share their customer’s payment account data with th...

07 Aug 2020
Fintech
Andrew Beatty

Time to Take Your Shot - There’s a Revolution in Banking

“Every generation needs a new revolution,” Thomas Jefferson Digital banks are popping up everywhere. Many of these upstarts are the offspring of grown-up banks that may be careworn and lacking in a

06 Aug 2020
Banking Strategy, Digital and Transformation
Kristen Jason

Billing and Payments for Credit Unions: 7 Questions to Consider

Credit unions play a critical role in the American economy as their non-profit structure and membership model that promotes financial well-being across the entire cooperative. Many credit unions offe

05 Aug 2020
Digital Banking Trends
Pooja Golakonda

COVID vs HUMANoidS: 'Your enemy’s enemy is your friend'

The whole world is fighting against Covid. The once so intimidating robots suddenly seem to be the new found friends in this battle for a safe Earth. Now all those critics who thought robots are threa...

31 Jul 2020
Andrew Beatty

Don’t Just Digitalize, Componentize!

“The limits of my language mean the limits of my world,” said noted philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein. He understood that any language contains walls, and that speaking a language restricts your thought...

30 Jul 2020
Banking Strategy, Digital and Transformation
Lisa Fretwell

Data holds the key for lenders to say 'yes' to home buyers

When Chancellor Rishi Sunak stood up in parliament to increase the stamp duty threshold to £500,000 until March next year, he intended to wake the UK’s property market from its slumber. The Covid-19 p...

30 Jul 2020
Open Banking
Joshua Frith

Finance content marketing during a recession

Now dubbed The Great Lockdown, the COVID-19 pandemic has sent economies around the world into recession. In the March quarter, Australia’s GDP fell for the first time in nine years, decreasing by 0.3...

28 Jul 2020
Disruption in Retail Banking
Alex Kreger

Banking Digital Transformation: Switch the Focus to User Experience Transformation

As many as 78% of companies fail at their digitalization goals*. In the process of digital transformation the main focus usually is on the product, innovation and digital technology. But, in the digit...

28 Jul 2020
Banking Strategy, Digital and Transformation
Joris Lochy

Fintech is dead, long live Fintech

The word Fintech (short for "Financial Technology") was first recorded in the 1980’s in the Sunday Times. However it was only until the financial crisis of 2007-2008, that the usage of the t...

26 Jul 2020
Fintech innovation and startups
Kamal Misra

Direct to Customers - Will FS firms be upping the ante?

In the early days of computing, monolithic stacks of mainframe computers used to command an enviable proposition. Scores of scrunched up users waving punch cards had to fight it out to have their prog...

25 Jul 2020
Banking Strategy, Digital and Transformation
Vaibhav Grover

How can Banks use COVID19 crisis to advance the future?

In one of the office discussions I heard a colleague say – “The bank you thought you would be in 2025 is the bank that you need to be tomorrow!”. This was such a ‘powerful’ statement that it got stuck...

24 Jul 2020
Disruption in Retail Banking