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Clients want a better deal in exchange for their data

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The future for successful banks, we keep being told, is better data. But to get more of it, banks need to do a deal with their customers.

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How to keep those water cooler ideas flowing

November 17, 2020

As banks start to entrench home working as a permanent feature of working life, the challenge is how to maintain creativity and innovation.

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A week is a long time in banking

November 10, 2020

2020 has been a tough year for banks but following the US election and Covid-19 vaccine news, the future is looking more positive.

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This week’s big party will be in Shanghai

November 3, 2020

China’s rise as a technologically-enabled economic superpower will not be hindered by the US election – no matter who wins.

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Will finance become as free as fish?

October 27, 2020

In the Brexit trade discussions, finance looks like being sacrificed to fish. Is finance ready to swim without borders?

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Can negative rates ever be positive?

October 20, 2020

With the Bank of England considering negative interest rates, the experience in other countries where they have been tried is mixed.

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The great inflation comeback

October 13, 2020

After years of low inflation, a forecast of 5-10% seems incredible – but not if there’s a huge shift in the way the global economy functions.

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Let’s talk about cyber risk

October 6, 2020

As Sibos 2020 gets underway onine, risks related to digital payments are high on bankers’ concerns.

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What China’s climate pledge means for banks

September 29, 2020

Bankers have a lot on their plates but they cannot afford to bypass climate change risk if they want to stay in business.

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Is international law breaking down?

September 22, 2020

Commerce relies on contracts being adhered to. But international agreements are under pressure. Should bankers be worried?

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