The development and importance of fast payments services are the focus of this report by the Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructures (CPMI), the global standard setter for payment, clearing and settlement services.
Deutsche Bourse and Celent mull the future of fintech in capital markets.
Standard Chartered explores whether blockchain technology could have a material role or impact on the European Central Bank’s (ECB) Target2Securities (T2S) project.
Pan-African bank UBA strives for a seamless omnichannel experience as it bids to become the continent's dominant financial services institution.
Celent's Model Bank programme examines the application of Inetco technology by BECU, formerly Boeing Employees' Credit Union, to gain greater insight into ATM channel usage by customers.
Maveric Systems details a case study on the creation of a centralised Testing and Quality Assurance setup.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology publishes a digital banking manifesto.
Becoming more customer-centric - while improving operational excellence - is critical to success in retail banking today, says the Boston Consulting Group.
Fumiko Hayashi, a senior economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, examines the likely triggers for consumer adoption of mobile payments.
PwC presents the results of its global fintech survey 2016.
The Federal Reserve Board presents the findings from its latest annual survey examining trends in the adoption and use of mobile banking, payments, and shopping behavior and how the evolution of mobile financial services affects consumers’ interaction with financial institutions
KPMG explores the current robo advising market and how it’s expected to grow, what it means for banks and brokerages, and key business and operating model questions. It forecasts that $2.2 trillion in client assets will be managed by digital wealth platforms by 2020.
Capgemini explores the business risks and opportunities for banks arising from the forthcoming implementation of the EU's revised Payments Services Directive.
The way banks communicate with customers has changed forever and firms must adapt to new expectations.
How can wealth management firms use digital technology and cloud platforms to transform their businesses?
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