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Solved! The productivity mystery

November 20, 2018

The challenges banks face with regulation and legacy IT systems hold lessons for the wider economy, writes Brian Caplen.

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Chinese banks’ big tech threat

November 13, 2018

Investors have doubts about Chinese banks’ ability to withstand the competition in a market where tech companies have a solid grip, writes Brian Caplen.

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From cross-sell to cross-buy

November 6, 2018

Still trying to improve your cross-sell ratio? Building a platform where consumers can cross-buy is a better option, writes Brian Caplen.

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Treasurers must act or disappear

October 24, 2018

Sometimes it is those who feel safest in the corporate world who are most at risk, writes Brian Caplen.

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Hackers are global, legal is local

October 23, 2018

Banks can only control what is under their own roof. But training staff to spot phishing attempts is challenging enough, writes Brian Caplen.

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Australia’s big bank shake-up

October 22, 2018

Australia’s banks have had things easy for a long time, but, writes Brian Caplen, this may not continue.

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Which countries lead in open banking?

October 19, 2018

A new report divides up countries as pioneers, followers and conservatives in open banking. And in spite of the push from PSD2, not all EU countries are doing particularly well, writes Brian Caplen.

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Making capital flow downhill

October 12, 2018

Money flows around the world like never before, but, asks Brian Caplen, is it promoting development?

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Is light-touch regulation right for fintechs?

October 11, 2018

Indonesian president Joko Widodo endorses a light touch for fintechs but IMF managing director Christine Lagarde prefers a 'proportionate' approach. Brian Caplen assesses which is the best way forward.

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IMF meets in digital Indonesia

October 10, 2018

Emerging markets will reap the greatest gains from the online economy, as shown by Indonesia’s experiences, writes Brian Caplen.

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