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Exclusive interview: Luis Uguina, Macquarie

Luis Uguina, Macquarie: chief troublemaking officer

Everyone loves a dreamer, except in the world of banking – where digital aspirations are swiftly cut down to size by the reality of legacy systems. That is until Luis Uguina, chief digital officer for Macquarie’s Banking and Financial Services Group, comes along and challenges everything you thought you knew about banks’ digital offerings.

The Monday mindset: 13 March 2017

Dan Latimore, Celent: chief digital officer is a persuader

Fintech zeitgeist! Every Monday, we might look back at last week; look ahead to this week; share a few thoughts (our own or others); or discuss anything that catches our eye. This week we welcome the views of our editor, Tanya Andreasyan, as she gives us the lowdown on going digital.

Digital officers of India, unite!

Digital officers of India, unite!

A group of senior executives in India’s digital sector are looking to create a group of chief digital officers (CDOs) or equivalent in the country.

New breed of execs can bring true digital innovation to banking

John Rockliffe, Hyland

Digital technology is increasingly seen as the key to transforming banking into a customer-focused industry befitting the modern age, and a new role of chief digital officer (CDO) has evolved to help implement this change. However, although many banks have used IT to build more customer-friendly interfaces on apps and websites, there is scope to […]

The evolving relationship between banks and IT suppliers

Anne McCrae is head of financial services at Fujitsu UK & Ireland

Customers are looking for organisations that care about their needs in a way that is personalised, responsible, transparent and – of course – secure. In recognising this, banks are stepping up to the challenge and just as technology is at the heart of this business, so their relationship with IT suppliers is a key component of this value shift.

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