Welcome to Finextra's live coverage from Day 2 of the SAP Financial Services Forum in London. The theme for this event is 'winning in the digital moment'. The agenda will examine how technologies such as AI, machine learning, analytics, blockchain, open APIs and the cloud can be best leveraged to deliver truly digitised financial services.
The future fate of banks appears to lie in the mobile-obsessed hands of the millennial generation, with the 18-34 demographic emerging as the most lucrative age group for financial product sales in the UK.
Nordea has picked through the hundreds of developers to have expressed interest in its new Open Banking programme to find a select few who will now pilot an account information service (AIS) API.
Shares in payment processors Worldpay and Nets have surged amid widespread market chatter of takeover talks with third party suitors.
Tide, a UK-based mobile-first SME banking service, has raised $14m in one of the largest Series A investment rounds closed by a fintech company this year.
London-based payments startup Curve claims to have cracked time travel, or at least found a way to let customers switch the card used for a transaction - after the purchase is made.
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.
Despite the impetus provided by demonetisation, Indian banks remain way behind the curve in tempting customers away from the bank branch to digital channels.
RBC Global Asset Management is to invest $20 million to establish an in-house innovation lab, snapping up Toronto-based digital advisory firm Wiser Investments as part of the package.
Agreed terms for a £70 million acquisition of Monitise by Fiserv reveal the scale of the challenges facing the once hotly-tipped UK mobile banking firm, which had failed to find a single buyer for its 'next-generation' FINkit software package.
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