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Acting OCC head Noreika stirs fintech charter debate

Acting OCC head Noreika stirs fintech charter debate

20 July 2017  |  9061 views  |  0 comments | 5 tweets | 2 linkedin

The new head of the US Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) has come out fighting in defence of his predecessor's plans to grant special-purpose bank charters to fintech firms, defying pending litigation from state regulators.

OCBC Bank's Open Vault paves the way for startup pilots

OCBC Bank's Open Vault paves the way for startup pilots

19 July 2017  |  9798 views  |  0 comments | 1 tweets | 7 linkedin

Singapore's OCBC Bank has partnered with two graduates from its startup accelerator programme to apply artificial intelligence technology to counter money laundering.

Former Credit Suisse board member de Boissard backs credit risk AI startup

Former Credit Suisse board member de Boissard backs credit risk AI startup

17 July 2017  |  8821 views  |  0 comments | 3 tweets | 5 linkedin

Former Credit Suisse board member Gaël de Boissard and ex-Deutsche Bank COO Henry Ritchotte have invested in James, a startup using artificial intelligence to tackle credit risk.

OCC warns banks on fintech risks

OCC warns banks on fintech risks

11 July 2017  |  12747 views  |  0 comments | 9 tweets | 15 linkedin

US banks are opening themselves up to increased strategic risk by moving into new products and services as a way to take on emerging fintech rivals, warns the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) in a report which also highlights the threat of cyber attacks and an increased reliance on third-party tech service providers.

Consumer groups and fintech firms at loggerheads over screen scraping

Consumer groups and fintech firms at loggerheads over screen scraping

11 July 2017  |  8910 views  |  7 comments | 9 tweets | 8 linkedin

European consumer interest group BEUC has waded into the screen-scraping debate, urging banking authorities to ban the practice in favour of the creation of a harmonised interface for customer data sharing.

BofE says Ripple PoC reinforces desire for DLT compatibility

BofE says Ripple PoC reinforces desire for DLT compatibility

10 July 2017  |  16554 views  |  0 comments | 16 tweets | 12 linkedin

The Bank of England says that a distributed ledger technology proof-of-concept with Ripple has reinforced its intention to make a new real-time gross settlement (RTGS) platform compatible with DLT usage in the private sector.

EU Funds Transfer Regulation 2015: three challenges to overcome

EU Funds Transfer Regulation 2015: three challenges to overcome

07 July 2017  |  17414 views  |  0 comments | 6 tweets | 5 linkedin

Applicable from 26 June 2017, the EU Funds Transfer Regulation 2015 (FTR 2015) brings with it many unexpected implementation hurdles for payment service providers (PSPs). Christian Westerhaus, head of product & strategy, Institutional Cash Management, Deutsche Bank, explains why there is more to FTR 2015 than meets the eye.

Finextra charts the new payments landscape

Finextra charts the new payments landscape

04 July 2017  |  13650 views  |  0 comments | 16 tweets | 13 linkedin

Finextra’s European Payments Industry Insights Report tackles key questions about how ready Europe’s payments market participants really are for the unprecedented waves of change about to hit.

UK Finance opens for business

UK Finance opens for business

03 July 2017  |  7888 views  |  0 comments | 11 tweets | 15 linkedin

UK Finance, a new mega-trade body representing over 300 firms in the UK, opens for business today, taking on the activities previously carried out by the Asset Based Finance Association, the British Bankers’ Association, the Council of Mortgage Lenders, Financial Fraud Action UK, Payments UK and The UK Cards Association.

NatWest pilots AI technology to flag compliance fails in sales conversations

NatWest pilots AI technology to flag compliance fails in sales conversations

29 June 2017  |  9382 views  |  0 comments | 7 tweets | 13 linkedin

NatWest is trialling the use of artificial intelligence technology from a company set up by a former FSA regulator to monitor and analyse the context of sales conversations recorded between clients and front-life staff.

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