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Frank Abagnale

Catching them while he can: what Frank Abagnale did next

Frank Abagnale's story of cheque forger-turned-good guy is well documented in print and on film. His career has seen him work in partnership with 41st Parameter CEO and founder Ori Eisen. They tell Jane Cooper about their work to stay one step ahead of the cyber criminals.

From Banking

SBI continues to blaze its UK trail

As his three-year term as State Bank of India's regional head for the UK draws to a close, Mrutyunjay Mahapatra talks to Stefania Palma about SBI's regional expansion, regulatory developments and the importance of emerging markets and their banks to the UK.

Kazakhstan turns a page

Kazakhstan's banks turn a page

With consolidation under way, non-performing loans finally showing a downward trend and banks readying for the implementation of Basel III, Kazakhstan’s banking sector finally appears to be in recovery mode after a difficult period.

Silver service

Silver service: how to cope with the financial demands of an ageing population

As the world’s population ages, the challenges for wealth managers, economists and governments are significant if countries are to maintain productivity and generate growth. 

Bob Diamond
From Banking

Bob Diamond's African journey

Former Barclays chief executive Bob Diamond wants to shake-up African banking and his investment vehicle Atlas Mara has already bought three banks. Brian Caplen assesses his efforts so far based on an interview at the recent FT Banking Summit in London.

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Banking finds a voice

Financial institutions are at the forefront of voice biometrics, applying the technology to virtual assistants, voice recognition software and increased security. 

Wells Fargo hones customer experience with technology

Wells Fargo hones customer experience with technology

With its own digital labs and an accelerator programme for financial technology start-ups, Wells Fargo is one bank that can boast it is keeping pace with technology trendsetters such as Google and Apple. Jane Cooper looks at how the bank is integrating new technologies to provide a seamless customer service experience.

Highs and lows in South Korea
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Highs and lows in the South Korean banking sector

South Korea's banks have enjoyed mixed fortunes in 2014, a year that has seen high-profile scandals rock the country's largest lenders and in which innovative hybrid funding has characterised a spirit of innovation and growth among the country's small and regional players.

The Fargo Way
From Banking

The Fargo Way: John Stumpf on Wells Fargo's team spirit

Unassuming, self-deprecating, modest, team-oriented… John Stumpf is not your average bank CEO, but his methods are having a hugely positive impact upon Wells Fargo. Jane Cooper speaks to him at his San Francisco office.

Hong Kong retains competitive advantage
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Hong Kong retains competitive advantage

Hong Kong’s banks are unfazed by the student protests that have captured the world’s attention. Bankers remain upbeat about prospects for the continuing internationalisation of the renminbi, the maturing dim sum market and Hong Kong’s inclusion in China’s growth plans. 

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