BBVA’s transformation process involves the creation of a "new corporate culture", says the Spanish bank in a deep-dive blog post explaining its adoption of novel ways of working based on agile methodologies
Nearly half of North American bank customers are open to ditching human expertise for automated, computer-generated advice and services, according to a survey from Accenture.
In a win for merchants, a US federal appeals court has killed off a $7.25 billion class action settlement over interchange fees between millions of retailers and Visa and MasterCard.
Eschewing the usual accelerator route, JPMorgan is setting up an 'in-residence' programme for fintech startups, inviting them to spend six months side-by-side with the banking giant working together on digital answers to the industry's most pressing questions.
The strained relationship between Visa and Walmart is reaching breaking point as the card scheme files a lawsuit against the supermarket chain for allegedly reneging on an agreement to allow the use of signature verification alongside Chip and PIN for transactions at the till.
Credit Mutuel Arkea has completed a pilot of an operational permissioned blockchain network to verify customer bona fides in compliance with Know Your Customer (KYC) requirements.
Fifteen months on the from the initial roll out of its digital private banking platform in Singapore, Swiss bank Credit Suisse is launching an upgraded version for high net worth clients in Hong Kong.
Nordea has established a new Group Digital Unit to oversee its wide-ranging tech transformation programme.
Danish local and regional banks have banded together to launch a national HCE mobile wallet.
Lloyds Banking Group is shutting 23 branches later this year and cutting around 640 jobs, many of them in technology operations.
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