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Payments platforms: How the Australians are leading the way in payments

Apr 11, 2017
Tim Green
Tim Green describes how Australian banks are launching one of the world’s most advanced faster payments platforms and explains why they believe it will lead to a wave of innovative other services.
Payments platforms: How the Australians are leading the way in payments
Man working with technology

Payments platforms: How the Australians are leading the way in payments

Apr 11, 2017
Tim Green
Payments platforms: How the Australians are leading the way in payments

Making lending decisions: Fast and probably looking at Facebook

Nov 29, 2016
Ouida Taaffe
Lenders are now able to make some credit decisions in five seconds – even with so-called “thin file” clients, thanks to data gathered online – a development that could change lending in both the developed and developing world.
Making lending decisions: Fast and probably looking at Facebook
Lenders may be able to assess your facebook as part of their approval process

Making lending decisions: Fast and probably looking at Facebook

Nov 29, 2016
Ouida Taaffe
Making lending decisions: Fast and probably looking at Facebook

Will fintech bring revolution, restoration or reformation to banking?

Jul 01, 2016
Ouida Taaffe
Fintech promises to bring slick IT, predictive analytics, and better customer service to banking, but it is, arguably, not fundamentally disruptive � or at least not so far.
Will fintech bring revolution, restoration or reformation to banking?
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Will fintech bring revolution, restoration or reformation to banking?

Jul 01, 2016
Ouida Taaffe
Will fintech bring revolution, restoration or reformation to banking?

The payment revolution: Will Circle transform payments or be another fad?

Apr 12, 2016
Ouida Taaffe
Are companies like Circle part of a trend bucking traditional banking, or part of a wider revolution that is the changing face of payments and banking in the UK?
The payment revolution: Will Circle transform payments or be another fad?
compressed app banking

The payment revolution: Will Circle transform payments or be another fad?

Apr 12, 2016
Ouida Taaffe
The payment revolution: Will Circle transform payments or be another fad?

Fintech and challenger banks: Separating finance fact from finance fiction

Apr 05, 2016
Nadim Choudhury
The hype surrounding fintech and how it's impacting the industry is getting a lot of press. But is there a way to distinguish the fact from the fiction? And can a new normal be found which balance new and old technology?
Fintech and challenger banks: Separating finance fact from finance fiction
compressed app banking

Fintech and challenger banks: Separating finance fact from finance fiction

Apr 05, 2016
Nadim Choudhury
Fintech and challenger banks: Separating finance fact from finance fiction

Technology - is it changing the way bankers learn?

Mar 08, 2016
Nicola Scull
There is little doubt that technology is changing the way the way that the banking industry does business. nearly £3 million is transferred every week by 23 million customers who use banking apps in the UK, and the ongoing decline of branch transactions means that banks are increasingly investing in online and e-solutions to support their customer interactions. The rising and powerful influence of the digital consumer has led to a fundamental shift in banks' business models.
Technology - is it changing the way bankers learn?
Women working at computer

Technology - is it changing the way bankers learn?

Mar 08, 2016
Nicola Scull
Technology - is it changing the way bankers learn?

Biometric banking and security: How has fintech changed the way we bank?

Mar 02, 2016
Liam Mandeville
The humble fingerprint sensor is no longer a gimmick. For millions of people their fingerprint is the key to unlocking their digital data and financial information. Even a few years ago the thought of being able to access our financial information using our fingerprint felt like something out of a science fiction novel. However in a few short years using our fingerprint to access our smartphones has become the norm.
Biometric banking and security: How has fintech changed the way we bank?
Fingerprint analysis Fingerprint analysis

Biometric banking and security: How has fintech changed the way we bank?

Mar 02, 2016
Liam Mandeville
Biometric banking and security: How has fintech changed the way we bank?

The slow decline of the British bank branch: do more clicks = fewer bricks?

Sep 15, 2015
George Browne
Throughout the history of British banking one institution has remained largely unchanged � the highstreet bank branch, complete with Captain Mainwairing-ish bank manager. However, the rise of digital banking heralds changes that would have been unthinkable just a few years ago. What does the future hold?
The slow decline of the British bank branch: do more clicks = fewer bricks?
compressed women looking at phone

The slow decline of the British bank branch: do more clicks = fewer bricks?

Sep 15, 2015
George Browne
The slow decline of the British bank branch: do more clicks = fewer bricks?

How Transport for London laid the tracks for contactless payments and the cashless society

Sep 03, 2015
George Browne
Recently the maximum payment that can be made using NFC (Near Field Communication) or contactless payment cards rose from �20 to �30, a further extension of the system that has been steadily growing in popularity, but did you know that Transport for London instrumental in getting the tech to market?
How Transport for London laid the tracks for contactless payments and the cashless society
The tube

How Transport for London laid the tracks for contactless payments and the cashless society

Sep 03, 2015
George Browne
How Transport for London laid the tracks for contactless payments and the cashless society