Deutsche Bank interviews leading industry experts at companies such as IBM, ConsenSys, Digital Asset, Hyperledger, uPort and R3 to find out how DLT technology will change our lives.
Deutsche Bank research into PSD2, GDPR, and the value of personal data finds many obstacles to cross before the arrival of true Open Banking.
The Smart Payments Association believes biometric-enabled dual interface EMV smartcards are set to revolutionise the global payments markets.
Credit Suisse researchers analyse the market implications of blockchain technology in light of the bitcoin boom.
From Ubs to Credit Suisse, from Santander to Unicredit, blockchain-based initiatives are multiplying: finance operations become more transparent and effective, costs are reduced.
There’s no time to rest for financial services. The unstoppable wave of innovation and change that the industry is riding is showing no signs of abating
With the activation of PSD2 regulation beginning in January 2018 for all EU countries, third parties will get access to financial data of banking customers under the condition that those customers gave their explicit consent.
Customer expectations are driving the instant payments demand, and technological advances are ready to meet them. So why do many banks seem reluctant in adopting Instant Payments?
Technological and digital progresses have brought deep changes to the retail industry in recent years.
The evolution of Correspondent Banking has just started and is destined to accelerate more and more, affected primarily by pressure from regulation, new payment providers, shrinking margins and changes in customer expectations.
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.