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.
Does investment in IT encourage complexity and risk-taking in banking, asks Ljubljana and Amsterdam University academic Matej Marinc.
The EU's Institute for Prospective Technological Studies reports on the state of the electronic identity market, with a focus on technologies, infrastructure, services and policies.
Capgemini and Merrill Lynch offer an in-depth look at the high net worth (HNW) marketplace in Asia-Pacific.
Capgemini presents the Financial Services World Quality Report.
Can electronic IDs bring about an internal market for cross-border financial services asks Deutsche Bank Research.
Finextra is conducting a survey looking at 'movers and shakers' in the Sepa payments provider arena.
Finextra is conducting a survey looking at the customer satisfaction levels of corporate customers. The survey will examine both sides of this coin - what banks are doing to get closer to their corporates, as well as the expectations and experiences of corporates.
The Payments Services Directive has arrived, but it is far from over. Outside of compliance, is industry also considering the market opportunities that may result from the PSD? But what are the intended and un-intended consequences of the PSD?
EBA and Innopay bring together in a single reference guide a description and analysis of the current European landscape for e-invoicing.
Is paperless invoicing as elusive as the paperless office, asks Deutsche Bank Research.
Commissioned by Knight Capital Group and authored by professors James Angel of Georgetown University, Larry Harris of the University of Southern California, and Chester Spatt of Carnegie Mellon University, the study examines recent changes to US market structures and their impact on investors.