Battling toward a healthy future, banks must act today to redefine their business models, restore client trust and understanding, and reform their risk management culture, says IBM.
Twenty leading figures give their views on the future of the UK financial services industry.
ING presents research documenting the most important remittance product types, the players and the networks used to channel payments.
Deutsche Bank Research reports on the European market for e-invoicing services.
The Federal Reserve addresses the policy issues relating to the use of interchange fees in card-based transactions.
The Smart Card Alliance says collaboration between banks and mobile operators is key to ensuring secure proximity mobile payments.
The William Mills Agency evaluates and codifies more than 1100 individual Tweets posted by more than 60 different US financial institutions over a 30-day period.
Going cashless at the point-of-sale: Hits and misses in developed countries.
Kimberly Kiefer Peretti from the Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section of the US Department of Justice probes the shady world of 'carding' and the organisations behind large-scale data breaches.
After several years of strong growth, remittance flows to developing countries began to slow down in the third quarter of 2008. This slowdown is expected to deepen further in 2009 in response to the global financial crisis, suggests the World Bank.
A call for new legislation to regulate m-payment service providers and prevent the abuse of the technology by the criminal fraternity.
The British Computer Society presents existing and proposed metrics to provide effective understanding and reporting of data centre energy consumption.