Increased regulation, competition, and the coming age of millennials and their higher levels of technology understanding and expectations are helping to drive innovation and change in the retail banking payment space. New research from BNY Mellon Treasury Services explores the impact of emerging technology on the wholesale banking model.
The European Payments Council provides an insight into the latest developments on threats affecting payments, including cybercrime.
Facing uncertain times, financial firms preparing for significant regulatory reforms this year are focusing on regtech to help them respond quickly to the opportunities offered by change, according to Thomson Reuters annual report on the State of Regulatory Reform.
Westpac Banking Corporation, one of the world’s leading commercial banks, was looking to differentiate itself in a prosperous and already digital-heavy economy.
Turkey's Odeabank achieved all-round security for its mobile banking apps by using Vasco's Digipass for Apps software development kit.
Jibun Bank, a Japanese mobile-oriented internet bank, turned to Vasco in an effort to enhance its countermeasures against online frauds such as man-in-the-browser attacks by strengthening its authentication process.
Santander and TheCityUK, with support from law firm Shearman & Sterling, present a guide to partnerships between banks and fintech firms.
Mark Rodrigues, senior adviser at New York-based M&A advisory firm Arma Partners, analyses the prospect of Google, Amazon, and other large-cap tech players making acquisitions to establish themselves as dominant forces within the financial services sector
Payments UK reports on how 2017 will change the way we pay for good.
In this paper, Citi's Ruth Wandhöfer investigates the changing role of money in retail payments and asks whether the introduction of a form of central bank cryptocurrency would be useful and what it could look like.
The ‘Value of FinTech’ report, commissioned by the City of London Corporation and produced by KPMG, outlines 10 recommendations to help make sure the UK maintains its status as a global fintech leader.
The Bank for International Settlements asks what might central bank cryptocurrencies (CBCCs) look like and would they be useful?
highlights the information financial institutions need to know about where and how to deliver financial services. The results can inform efforts aimed at increasing consumer satisfaction and loyalty. Key findings include:
Financial institutions are in a constant race to deliver financial services that match consumers' expectations for faster, more seamless digital experiences.
It seems that rarely a week passes without news of another proposed entrant into the U.K. banking market.
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