Financial services and healthcare are two of the sectors on the verge of being radically transformed by the rise of artificial intelligence and robotics.
The digitisation of trade finance is a work in progress and still in its early days. Banks must ensure that they are flexible in both adapting to and driving innovation.
A global survey by The Economist Intelligence Unit and Standard Chartered finds that nearly half the firms participating believe they will be more efficient within five years, while one in three sees them becoming longer and more complex.
The mobile phone’s capabilities are finally going beyond just balance information and approvals to provide more of the solutions that treasurers and CFOs actually need.
This article examines the development of an artificial intelligence (AI) framework for natural language processing (NLP) and generation (NLG) and offers advice for financial industry professionals.
After publicly debuting in the financial domain, blockchain technology is garnering incredible attention for its applicability across sectors and shows a particular ... read more
With numerous industry proofs of concept surrounding the technology, the recent SWIFT Business Forum London considered what happens when the focus moves beyond technical aspects into real world challenges.
This article offers a review of the potential risks and benefits of robotics, and asks what the implications are for corporate treasury departments?
Robotic process automation (RPA) is unlocking major efficiencies to the finance function; risk intelligent RPA takes the process a step further.
Rise, the bank’s financial technology arm’s innovation division, said the London space will host a range of fintech start-ups.