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Top fintech stories this week – 4 August 2017

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Catch up on Banking Technology’s top five fintech stories of the week – all in one place!

Top fintech stories this week – 28 July 2017

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Catch up on Banking Technology’s top five fintech stories of the week – all in one place!

Money20/20 Europe: Asia in the ascendant

Money20/20 Europe 2017

Denmark took a back seat at Money20/20 Europe as the lively fintech scenes in China and India fell under the spotlight with a wealth of information and stats.

More jobs to go from RBS in UK to India

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Job-cutting spree continues at the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) – 443 jobs are to go from its business loans department. Many of these will be moved to India.

Temenos expansion plans turn to China and Japan

Martin Frick, Temenos

Temenos is looking to conquer the core banking software markets of China and Japan.

Cognizant plans: layoffs, automation, investment in digital and M&A

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Cognizant, a global provider of digital, technology, consulting and operations services, is to get rid of up to 4% of its workforce, it is understood. It is also keen on increasing automation, investment in digital and M&A.

Top ten payments projects in 2016

Navigating the payments storm

Look back at some of the major payments projects in 2016, with Banking Technology’s top ten.

How can RBI’s latest guidelines help Indian banks combat cybercrime?

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Rising cybercrime in India is no secret. According to a report by Symantec, India now ranks third in the world, after the US and China, as a source of malicious activity. In fact, the National Crime Records Bureau data reveals that in the three years up to 2013, registered cases of cyber crime were up 350%, from 966 to 4356. Dubious distinctions both, and give banks and the financial sector in India cause for worry.

Digital games banks got to play – part 1

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Today, most banks want to be digital leaders because that is where the customers are! This has brought in a change in the attitude of many traditional banks. Arun S. Padaki, a seasoned corporate banker, credit risk and business process management consultant, explores what it takes to become a digital leader and who is already ahead in […]

India’s Post Bank gets March 2017 green light

India Post plans to offer banking services by March 2017

India’s Post Bank is to begin processing payments in March 2017, according to the government’s communications minister. The move is part of long-standing plans to use India’s Post Office network to spread financial inclusion in the world’s largest democratic nation.

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