Academics from the London School of Economics provide an overview of the concept of blockchain technology and its potential to disrupt the world of banking through facilitating global money remittance, smart contracts, automated banking ledgers and digital assets.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta examines the current regulatory environment for bitcoin-related businesses as well as measures these businesses can adopt to mitigate the BSA/AML risks inherent in the bitcoin protocol. It also presents a framework for financial institutions to consider for managing the risks associated with banking these companies.
McKinsey reports on payments industry growth and disruptive threats on the horizon.
Cagemini explores the potential applications and disruptive opportunities for blockchain technology in the financial sector.
Larissa Lee of the University of Utah explains how the technology behind bitcoin could be used to re-invent the stock market.
The time is ripe for established banks to transform themselves into digital platform-based ecosystems, says Deutsche Bank.
Developments in information technology are fundamentally changing the banking industry, with an exponential shift in consumer uptake of new business models set to take hold.
Wim Raymaekers, Swift’s global head of banking markets explores cryptocurrency disruption, challenges and opportunities.
Is it too little, too late for the retail banks? Read Oracle's report, available to download at the bottom of this page, to find out more.
Deutsche Bank reports on the digital revolution in financial services - "algorithm-based banking with the human touch".
The world of global payments in 2020 will look very unlike it does today; indeed its "end-state" post-2020 will be largely unrecognisable, says BNY Mellon.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston looks at the policy implications of bitcoin.