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Data Data everywhere.... Not so much to use.....

Many of the business banking customers have expressed dissatisfaction with the way banks provide transparency to them in their transaction banking. Simple information such as the status of their payme...

16 Dec 2014
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Oiling the wheels for a smooth funding cycle

The funding cycle for many private equity firms is set to kick off again in 2015, with all its attendant chaos, tension and high stakes. Firms can expect their investor relations and marketing teams t...

16 Dec 2014
Steve Goswell

A Holiday for Corporate Actions

A friend of mine once quipped "Welcome to the Hotel Corporate Actions. You can check out any time you like, but you can’t never leave". It was right on the money. The word "dedicated&...

13 Dec 2014
Standards Forum
Enrico Camerinelli

Treasury Management Systems Beyond 2015

The treasury management systems (TMS) business is in a constant state of flux – what is top priority today may be outdated tomorrow. Although this change can be very difficult to predict I took the ri...

13 Dec 2014
Treasury Management
Hitesh Thakkar

Stop Loving your bank

Banking services in India has come long way from being BAM (Brick And Mortar) in 80s of ledger based paper transactions to electronic arcades of Core banking, IVR, cards, ATM, Net banking, Cheque and ...

12 Dec 2014
Innovation in Financial Services
Retired Member

Banking on Your Future: BCBS 239

The last financial crisis has taught us many lessons, with one of the most significant being the importance of data risk management. And while the BCBS 239 paper’s 2016 deadline feels like a concern ...

12 Dec 2014
Paul Love

Good Old Days of Chip and PIN Vs. The Wild West of FinTech

At the Connecting Payments conference on Wednesday we celebrated 10 years since the successful roll out of Chip & PIN in the UK. This was the largest coordinated shift in consumer payment behaviou...

12 Dec 2014
Innovation in Financial Services
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Eating our own dogfood...

...using the principles of operational excellence for IT The first two blogs of this series examined how we can design from the outset for operational excellence, when given the luxury of doing so, an...

12 Dec 2014
Tom Hay

PSD2 - The Payments World Turned Upside-Down?

PSD2, the regulation that will replace the current Payment Services Directive, has passed another milestone in its slow march towards legislation, having now entered the “trialogue” process. Adoption ...

12 Dec 2014
Shaun Russell

Scary Times For Data Security

These are scary times we live in when it comes to data security. And the times are even scarier for today’s retailers, government agencies, financial institutions, and healthcare organisations. The in...

11 Dec 2014
Balazs Fejes

Automation and Digitalization of the Wealth Management Space

There is no doubt that digital innovation has raised the bar in terms of customer experience and expectation across the banking industry. The increased popularity and adoption of social, digital and m...

10 Dec 2014
Robert Siciliano

Russian Hackers getting rich from your Identity

Where’s the $$$ at? Selling credit card data. Have you heard of the Russian hacking ring that raked in two and a half billion dollars? Check it out: Phishing attacks are lucrative for these cybercr...

10 Dec 2014