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.
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.
A Bank of England paper exploring the likely impact of central clearing on OTC derivatives markets.
At the Chicago Fed's 2011 Payments Conference, participants discussed how changes in consumers' behavior in the wake of the financial crisis and recession can translate into opportunities and challenges for both traditional and nascent payment providers.
Transcripts of a London meeting debating the merits of cloud computing in the financial services industry.
Crossings, Sapient's quarterly journal of trading and risk management addresses the ever-increasing regulatory and risk demands for data.
Alison Crosthwait, director, global trading research, Instinet, predicts the most important trading market structure trends in 2011.
What does the future of cloud computing for banking look like - both in the near and long terms?