The robots are coming, so says Nordea, which has already 'hired' a host of 'virtual employees' to take on repetitive tasks and is planning to introduce smarter, AI-based colleagues in the near future.
Exemplifying the ongoing trend for large banks to join forces with smaller fintech companies, Stockholm-based Betalo has struck a deal with Nordea to offer its mobile money service to the bank's 1.8 million private customers.
Wolters Kluwer’s OneSumX Risk and Management Information Systems (MIS) Reporting solutions will be implemented at Nordea Bank Russia (NBR).
Starting today, Nordea’s customers can use Samsung Pay, a new payment service, to make in-store payments with their mobile phones.
Saxo Payments says the UK's exit from the European Union could have a devastating impact of bank-to-corporate relationships, with one-third of companiess surveyed by the bank considering moving their operations out of Britain when Article 50 is triggered.
A new Nordea report focusing on the future of the corporate and business-to-business payments landscape, including the changing role of banks and the impact of new technology, has shown that a lack of industry standardisation is a key concern among businesses.
Nordea has set up a site for developers to experiment with the bank's Open Banking APIs in a quest to become the "go-to hub" for banking APIs in the Nordics.
Nordea Cash Management and Nordea Markets announce the launch of AutoFX, the new autopilot for corporates seeking to automatically balance cash pools and manage foreign currency risk. Nordea is the first bank in the Nordics to offer this type of solution.
The life insurance arm of Nordea Bank is partnering with local startup Spiff on the development of a smart social savings app.
More than 100 Norwegian banks are to take a stake in the Vipps P2P mobile payment app developed by DNB in a bid to block competition from rival Nordic platforms and the likes of Facebook, Google and Apple.
© Finextra Research 2017