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Change in banking is a need to survive

Change in banking is a need to survive

23 Dec 2015

Alvaro Ruiz, Executive Partner, Europe GBS Banking & Financial Markets Leader, IBM Global Business Services, outlines how the digital revolution has impacted traditional retail banking, the effect it has on how banks define their products and services, and what technology enablers have caused this change.

The point of no return for legacy systems

The point of no return for legacy systems

21 Dec 2015

Keith Saxton, Chair, techUK Financial Services Council, at “Banking on the Future”, a seminar produced by Fiserv, Innovate Finance and techUK, talks about how the problem of banks’ legacy systems is not going away and must now be dealt with, and looks at some alternatives to rip and replace strategies, including exploiting the ‘as a service’ model and open APIs, and exploring new opportunities for utilities for non-differentiating activities such as reference data, account opening and aspects of regulatory compliance.

More help needed in marketing fintech start-ups

More help needed in marketing fintech start-ups

18 Dec 2015

Ross Tappin, Co-Founder, Swave, speaks about the ability of innovation challenges to foster fintech creativity and the climate of support in the UK in encouraging this.

The holy grail of great service AND great value

The holy grail of great service AND great value

18 Dec 2015

Anthony Thomson, Founder, Atom Bank and Metro Bank, and NED of Agiliti, at “Banking on the Future”, a seminar produced by Fiserv, Innovate Finance and techUK, talks about how digital can enable the cost-effective provision of outstanding products and services to customers, the fact that new entrants such as challenger and shadow banks are changing the market in a way that incumbents must follow, and how the threat to established banks is not challengers per se but the rapid business model evolution being driven by digitalisation.

Problem of the lack of a savings culture in the UK

Problem of the lack of a savings culture in the UK

17 Dec 2015

Krissy Bordas, Co-Founder, Swave, discusses her background in hedge funds, the space Swave aims to fill, and how working with Lloyds has helped the development of the app.

The big data advantage for digital challengers

The big data advantage for digital challengers

17 Dec 2015

Ricky Knox Co-Founder, Tandem, and Managing Partner, Hexagon Partners, at “Banking on the Future”, a seminar produced by Fiserv, Innovate Finance and techUK, discusses how traditional banks’ digital transformation is impeded by legacy systems, legacy profits and the difficulty of accessing and aggregating their data - and how digital challengers will exploit big data technologies to make their services more widely available while at the same time more closely identifying their ideal customers.

Turning off the liquidity tap

Turning off the liquidity tap

17 Dec 2015

Lee Fulmer, Market Commentator, discusses progress with intraday liquidity management, exploring how banks need to understand not just whether they have enough liquidity but how to control the flow of that liquidity in a crisis situation.

Payments go from magic to mainstream

Payments go from magic to mainstream

16 Dec 2015

Paul Thomalla, SVP Global Corporate Relations & Development, ACI Worldwide, takes a look back at payments industry developments in 2015, including the impact of new entrants, the varied progress on instant payments globally, and the growth in understanding of the potential of blockchain.

Driving enrichment in digital banking

Driving enrichment in digital banking

16 Dec 2015

Travers Clarke-Walker, CMO, Fiserv International, at “Banking on the Future”, a seminar produced by Fiserv, Innovate Finance and techUK, assesses the impact of the continued rise of challenger banks, and examines how the use of plug and play technology components – emulating the model of Uber – can enable both new and established banks to create better, richer and more engaging customer experiences.

More needs to be done to attract women to banking

More needs to be done to attract women to banking

27 Nov 2015

Carol Ho, Managing Director, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, speaks about the growth of women in treasury roles in the Asia Pacific, and the company’s plans and programmes in place to nurture and empower women in the company.

It’s about business, not technology

It’s about business, not technology

26 Nov 2015

Sylvie Boucheron-Saunier, VP & GM, Major Accounts, Europe, ACI Worldwide, and Mitch Armstrong, VP Sales, Transaction Banking, ACI Worldwide, discuss the need to look beyond technology developments such as blockchain and real-time payments and focus on the new business opportunities they enable, and the value for banks and established vendors in collaborating with fintech start-ups to improve the overall ecosystem.

Genuine customer need or gadget effect?

Genuine customer need or gadget effect?

24 Nov 2015

Wojciech Sobieraj, Chief Executive Officer, Alior Bank, talks about its fresh approach to banking in Poland, the challenges of achieving ongoing innovation and the need to pick out the solutions and services that genuinely delight the customer from those that simply exploit the latest gadget and will be a ‘one-minute wow’