It’s no secret that technology is rapidly changing the face of treasury. Joseph Reger, fellow and chief technical officer in EMEIA at Fujitsu, believes that 2018 will be a coming of age for both artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things (IoT).
Once there is KYC blockchain, the technology will be at the forefront of helping to identify those who present a greater risk of criminality, argues David Poltorak, chief technology officer at Fortytwo Data.
Tech-savvy banks and the new wave of disruptors will be the beneficiaries as banking undergoes a long-awaited transformation.
From music festivals to motor racing, events and festivals are an integral part of the move to a cashless society, reports SIX Payment Services.
The banking industry will meet the challenge of the new era introduced by Europe’s Payment Services Directive, but it is up to its individual members to determine whether they sink or swim.
A study by the London-based insurance market warns that economic losses could be similar to losses unleashed by Superstorm Sandy in 2012.
Open banking promises to provide better services to consumers, more informed decision making and lower costs for banks. However it also requires a mindset change by the industry.
Businesses are looking for speed and convenience for cross-border transactions and the good news is that real-time international payments are on the way.
Traditional banks and fintechs are in a “summer of love” period, the year of reciprocity, of mutual respect and joint ventures.
Steel producer thyssenkrupp and chemicals group BASF were among the multinationals to report on their experiences at the recent SAP Ariba Live event in Prague.