The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston presents an economic anlysis of the ramifications of the recently proposed settlement between the Department of Justice and Visa and MasterCard over merchant interchange fees.
Almost 85% of respondents to KPMG International's online survey of bank executives say that mobile payments will have significant importance to their business within the next one to four years.
Capgemini and Merrill Lynch present the 2011 World Wealth Report.
The world's largest derivatives dealers may need to provide more collateral to ensure the stability of central clearing counterparties as over-the-counter deals move to central clearing, according to the Bank for International Settlements.
In advance of the MiFID revisions expected later this year, the City of London Corporation explores the perceptions of MiFID amongst European stakeholders.
Economists from Georgetown University examine data from Kenya on mobile banking giant M-Pesa and seven monetary models to explore what new realities may be facing financial systems where mobile banking is on the rise.
The 2011 World Retail Banking Report from Capgemini, Unicredit and Efma identifies the major challenges facing retail branch networks in a multi-channel environment.
Capgemini reports on current technology and operations trends in the equipment finance market.
A new Deloitte Research study, 'Cell me the money: Unlocking the value in the mobile payment ecosystem', examines the challenges and benefits of mobile commerce in the United States.
How are financial institutions navigating the challenges of risk management in today's changed marketplace?
A Deutsche Bank Research briefing which aims to shed light on who the players in HFT are, which strategies they pursue and whether their impact on market quality is beneficial.
The World Payments Report from Capgemini, The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), and the European financial marketing association (Efma) looks at the payments business as it faces challenges from economic and competitive conditions, technology advances, increased regulatory pressure and customer demands.