Regulators are likely to take a deeper interest in regulatory technology as it takes on more critical tasks and deepens its role within banks, reports Justin Pugsley.
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Corporate StatementApril 4, 2017
Data analytics and business intelligence is growing in importance across the banking industry. But the challenge is providing the right information to the right people at the right time.
Building a real-time national payments infrastructure that promotes diversity and competition in product development may not be easy, but it is worth the effort, of NPP Australia CEO Adrian Lovney tells Joy Macknight.
The fourth most populous country in the world spread across more than 6000 islands, banks have struggled to reach out beyond Indonesia's big cities up to now. However, a digital transformation is gripping the country, bringing with it the promise of huge increase in financial inclusion. Stefania Palma reports.
Many banks are still sitting on the sidelines when it comes to social media engagement, while others are exploring innovative ways to tap the network effect. Joy Macknight reports.
Social media looks likely to become a prime way for people to obtain their information, so banks must not get left behind. Ensuring staff are tech-savvy is also essential to combat increased risk of cyber attacks.
Lloyds Banking Group director of innovation Claire Calmejane understands only too well how hard it is to attract talent in the digital space. She outlines to Joy Macknight how the group is bringing in, upskilling and retaining the right staff.
The way goods and services are traded internationally is changing, fuelled by the globalisation and digitalisation of supply and distribution chains. Are free-trade deals still fit for purpose in a hyperconnected world? Joy Macknight investigates.
Myanmar’s central bank has opened up the local market to international payment companies such as Visa and MasterCard. But how will they help modernise the payments sector and drive financial inclusion in this newly opened frontier market? Stefania Palma investigates.
Marco Abele, a digital transformation expert at Credit Suisse, argues that culture – not technology – is the main success factor when re-engineering a bank for the future. He describes to Joy Macknight how the bank architected a culture shift in its private banking business.