Videos
Cultural change crucial in digital transformation

Cultural change crucial in digital transformation

25 Aug 2016

Jim Whitehurst, CEO, Red Hat, discusses the role of digital transformation and organisational shifts in financial enterprises, and what innovative approaches are being taken right now.

The UK’s competitiveness needs successful regions

The UK’s competitiveness needs successful regions

19 Aug 2016

Neil Rami, Chief Executive, Marketing Birmingham, speaks about the importance of a financial centre of excellence in the Midlands for the UK’s financial services industry and its economy.

Wide pool of financial talent in the Midlands

Wide pool of financial talent in the Midlands

12 Aug 2016

Daniel Joy, Country Manager, UK, Ikano Bank, speaks about Nottingham and the Midlands as financial centres of excellence, and what can be done to support their development.

Banks must have a real presence in the UK regions

Banks must have a real presence in the UK regions

09 Aug 2016

Paul Anderson, Managing Director, Birmingham, Deutsche Bank, discusses the role of the Midlands region as a financial centre of excellence, and how financial institutions can support the development of the Midlands Engine to attract investment.

Business models transformed by digitisation

Business models transformed by digitisation

27 Jul 2016

Kevin Poe, Vice President – Global Lead for Retail Banking, CGI, talks about the CGI Global 1000 Voice of Our Clients Program, and what the findings show about how retail banking is changing, and how established banks are responding.

PSD2 will make a treasurer’s life easier

PSD2 will make a treasurer’s life easier

18 Jul 2016

Catherine Duchel, Product Manager, HSBC, summarises how PSD2 might impact corporates and European banking, and what treasurers could do to navigate this regulatory evolution.

Helping treasurers to complete automation journey

Helping treasurers to complete automation journey

15 Jul 2016

Jenn Doherty, Global Head of Commercialisation, Liquidity & Investment Products at HSBC, discusses how liquidity investment solutions can reduce manual effort and cost, and how treasurers can prepare for and get the most out of these automated off-balance sheet money movements by understanding their day to day activities in a manual environment in order to automate them going forward.

Real-time and open APIs connected – not separate

Real-time and open APIs connected – not separate

15 Jul 2016

Warren Gardiner, VP Enterprise Payments Strategy, FIS, discusses the latest findings of analysis of instant payments schemes globally, which show an increase in initiatives from 16 to 28 in just three years, as well as a growing understanding that schemes need to be API enabled to act as a catalyst for true innovation out to customers.

How to get ahead on operational resilience

How to get ahead on operational resilience

13 Jul 2016

Andrew Graham, Distinguished Engineer and Executive IT Architect - IBM Global Industries - Financial Markets and Banking, outlines the importance of operational resilience in an increasingly difficult environment, how technologies such as blockchain will impact resilience and what financial institutions need to do to get ahead in this domain.

Banks must see e-wallets as opportunity not threat

Banks must see e-wallets as opportunity not threat

12 Jul 2016

Avet Mnatsakanyan, CEO, WebMoney Europe, discusses the improving interactions between banks and e-wallet providers, the fast adoption of e-wallets across Europe and the fact that e-wallets can be the gateway to other services including crowdfunding and escrow services, as well as enabling instant payments

Robust corporate governance is a must

Robust corporate governance is a must

12 Jul 2016

Demi Derem, General Manager, Investor Communication Solutions, International, Broadridge, outlines the business challenges the custodian and asset servicing communities are facing, and what solutions are needed to tackle these issues locally.

The business model implications of open banking

The business model implications of open banking

11 Jul 2016

Vincent Brennan, EBA Deputy Chairman, talks about the new paper on open APIs from the Electronic Alternative Payments Working Group of the Euro Banking Association, which highlights the importance for market players to think strategically about leveraging open banking to source new propositions - and improve distribution of their own - in the post-PSD2 landscape.