With several countries vying for the distinction of being the first to abandon notes and coins, is the final demise of cash now just a matter of time?
The global consulting and tech services provider is unveiling 14 accelerator applications using advanced artificial intelligence techniques to address complex business challenges.
As more smaller businesses follow the multinationals and move outside of their home market, the problem of trapped working capital is increasingly common.
Global insurance M&A deals were at a three-year low in 2016, with 12 of the top 20 biggest deals involving Asian acquirers.
Regulation such as the upcoming new Payment Services Directive should be regarded by the sector as a business opportunity rather than a threat.
A survey of the country’s internet users finds that over 70% no longer use cash for day-to-day purchases.
Careful planning means that the benefits innovation and digitisation can be extended to include the economically marginalised and not only those within the formal financial system.
The Court of Justice of the European Union (EU) has upheld fines of €1.47bn (£1.28bn) on Samsung SDI.
Customer experience is becoming an increasingly important factor in the global retail banking market - and customer relationship management (CRM) tools hold many of the answers.
Banks and fintechs have both realised that they can achieve far more as natural partners than as competitors. The resulting synergies are particularly great in making international payments swifter, cheaper and more efficient.