Growth remains the top business priority, but the move towards digital business is increasingly becoming a reality for many, reports Gartner.
Regulation technology, aka regtech, is increasingly sophisticated to help Europe’s financial services sector in continuing to comply with new regulatory challenges - not the least of which is MiFID II.
Employees are concerned that they may be made redundant, yet policymakers are unable to provide an informed response, claims a study.
As the squeeze on banks intensifies, virtual accounts are a win-win by offering efficiencies and meeting the needs of their corporate clients.
A US survey finds that they recognise the benefits of the new payment technologies, but also have concerns over cost and compatibility.
The virtual currency has blazed a trail, but rather than bitcoin it’s more likely that banks will use their own cryptocurrency as the agent of change.
A survey of US and European merchants and suppliers finds many unwilling to meet the cross-channel demands of customers, and suggests that no company has perfected multi-channel commerce.
Canadian fintech group D+H, which this month announced its impending union with Misys, covered topics from real time payments to APIs at its EMEA Insights event in London this week.
Most recognise the opportunity to drive performance improvement, but lack a clear strategy on how to achieve it reports The Hackett Group.
The distributed ledger platform developed by the trio allows major steps in a crude oil transaction to be digitised on the blockchain.