Correspondent banking as we view and use it today is the result of a slow and natural evolution.
Accurately quantifying customer experience can seem an immensely nebulous task. While the benefits of improving this are evident, there is no clear method of measuring it.
A Bank of Canada investigation into the benefits and costs of issuing a central bank digital currency for monetary policy.
The UK's Payment Systems Regulator starts a conversation on how data is used in payment systems and explores the potential barriers to its objectives.
Mastercard previews the new opportunities for payments arising from advances in natural language processing and conversational commerce.
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?
In a new staff discussion note, the IMF examines the fintech revolution, with a focus on the use of DLT in cross-border 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.