Ewan Macleod, chief digital officer at Nordea, reflects on how the digital economy is reshaping consumer expectations about product delivery and service.
ABN Amro is working with Dutch university TU Delft and a host of other partners to test the use of blockchain technology in the logistics sector.
BNP Paribas has opened an online portal to connect bank staff and business lines with innovative startups.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore is to provide match-funding to promising proof of concept trials of new financial technology initiatives as part of its ongoing mission to create a world-leading global fintech hub.
Dutch mobile-only bank bunq is securing customer log-in with a biometric form factor that requires customers to present four fingerprints to access their data.
With 95% of all customer interactions now passing through digital channels, National Australia Bank is adopting a DevOps approach to product delivery cycles to keep the technology moving inline with customer's rapidly changing needs.
The movement to turn every object on the planet into a contactless payment device continues with Australian telco Optus sticking an NFC chip in coffee cups.
NatWest has been trialling technology from BioCatch, an Israeli startup that uses behavioural biometrics to authenticate visitors to websites.
A payments startup is looking to cash in on America's weed revolution, launching a debit payment solution specifically designed for the cannabis industry.
The European Commission has set up a Financial Technology Task Force to shape its response to the effects of digital innovations in the banking sector.
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