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Top fintech stories this week – 18 November 2016

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Catch up on Banking Technology’s top five fintech stories of the week – all in one place! FNZ to build new BPO centre EXCLUSIVE. For Société Générale’s private banking business Mizuho Bank gears up for new core banking system go-live Keen to modernise after large-scale system failures in 2011. Big three explore blockchain for consumer […]

Payments International: PSD2 the perennial puzzle

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The Payment Services Directive (PSD2) still leaves some in the payments industry confused as to where the risks and opportunities lie. This was one of the opinions from Payments International in London – a four-day conference of panel debates, polls and Q&A – that runs 15-18 November. At yesterday’s (16 November) sessions, Banking Technology’s first […]

Payments International: show guts to let go of current revenues

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Banks need to show courage and radically change their traditional mindsets about payments if they are to deal with start-ups threatening to snatch a share of the spoils. This was one of the messages from Payments International in London – a four-day conference of panel debates, Q&A and presentations – that runs 15-18 November. It’s […]

‘Unstoppable evolution’ in payments poses threat to irrelevant banks

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Banks have been warned that new entrants will come and ‘eat their lunch’ if they fail to remain relevant to the modern consumer in the face of an ‘unstoppable revolution’. The point was made repeatedly during sessions at the Payments International conference in London this week.

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