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Responsibility isn’t about rules

Leadership

What can banks learn from the fintech community when it comes to fostering a culture of innovation against a backdrop of regulation?

Automation in US banking – part 2

Two US credit unions outsource core processing to Symitar

Art Gillis, a seasoned banking technology consultant (working in the computer industry since 1958 – and listed as a top 25 tech consultant by the American Banker) and author, presents his latest “Automation in Banking” report (#31!), which looks at the US core banking and ancillary software market.

Mutual distributed ledger: at the speed of need

Blockchain

Professor Michael Mainelli, executive chairman of Z/Yen Group, and Vinay Gupta, founder of venture capital firm hexayurt.capital, discuss mutual distributed ledger economics.

Automation in US banking – part 1

Fintechs to get bank charters

Art Gillis, a seasoned banking technology consultant (working in the computer industry since 1958 – and listed as a top 25 tech consultant by the American Banker) and author, presents his latest “Automation in Banking” report (#31!), which looks at the US core banking and ancillary software market.

Analysis: banking innovation in the US

ready for innovation

Banking Technology puts the banking innovation in the US under the spotlight. The market is not short of digital offerings: Simple, Moven, Kabbage, Acorns, Earny, Debitize, MagnifyMoney and more – take your pick!

Robo-advice case study: Munnypot

Munnypot

Robo-advice has captured a lot of attention in the financial services sector of late, so it is great to find an institution that is putting it firmly into practice. Banking Technology talks to Munnypot, a recent arrival on the UK market.

Payments: looking down the regulatory pipeline

Regulation, regulation and more regulation

In the immediate aftermath of the 2007/8 financial crisis, measures to promote better conduct and improve customer protection and the resilience of the financial system dominated the regulatory agenda. More recently, regulators in many countries have added competition and innovation objectives to their agenda.

UK challenger banks: who’s who (and what’s their tech)

UK challenger banks: who is who

With so many new entrants trying to muscle into the UK banking sector, Banking Technology has ockitut together a comprehensive list of the known challengers to date and the technology they are using. We’ll be revisiting and updating this list on a regular basis. If you have any additions to the list, please get in […]

Cybersecurity: computers or humans – where does the threat lie?

cyberecurity

Digitalisation plays a key role in the fight against payment fraud. Yet Commerzbank’s cybercrime specialists in cash services show that even in this technologically advanced environment, security threats persist. Companies must take steps to ensure that human beings – as well as computers – are protected against crime.

APRA’s EFS Form Review consultation: first stage of a long road

To Apple Pay or not to Apple Pay, that is the question

On 16 January 2017, the Australian Prudential Regulatory Authority (APRA) released for public consultation its Economic and Financial Statistics (EFS) Form Review. Notably, this consultation package represents a major overhaul of many of the financial and statistical returns currently prepared by the Australian authorised deposit-taking institutions (ADIs) as well as introducing a new set of returns to be submitted. We examine what’s at stake.

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