Temenos

Temenos Group AG (SIX: TEMN), is a leading global provider of banking software systems in the Retail, Corporate & Correspondent, Universal, Private, Islamic and Microfinance & Community banking markets. Headquartered in Geneva with 55 offices worldwide, Temenos serves over 1000 customers in more than 150 countries.

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Report: Symbiosis - Your bank has your trust. Can fintech make you love it?

11th April 2017

To measure how traditional players and fintechs can co-exist, The Economist Intelligence Unit surveyed 200 senior retail banking executives about regulatory, customer, security and technology influences on the industry up to the year 2020. What will become of the nuns, the homeless and Bank of England governor Mark Carney as retail banking goes...
Video - Your Bank has your trust. Can Fintech Make you love it?

11th April 2017

Featuring Renee Friedman, a managing editor at the Economist Intelligence Unit (The EIU) and Ben Robinson, chief strategy officer at Temenos, discussing the key findings from the 4th annual EIU global retail banking report 2017. The report finds an industry in flux but more certain about its future.
Infographic: Retail Banking In 2020

11th April 2017

In November 2016 The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), on behalf of Temenos, surveyed 200 senior global banking executives to investigate the views of retail banks on regulatory, customer, security and technology challenges they face in the years to 2020, and how they are responding to these. Respondents were drawn from across the world, with 60...
Symbiosis - Your bank has your trust. Can fintech make you love it?

10th April 2017

To measure how traditional players and fintechs can co-exist, The Economist Intelligence Unit surveyed 200 senior retail banking executives about regulatory, customer, security and technology influences on the industry up to the year 2020. What will become of the nuns, the homeless and Bank of England governor Mark Carney as retail banking goes...
Communicating about money in the digital age

19th September 2016

Technology is now the key to deep, experience-driven relationships with wealthy investors. In 'The Rise of Bionic Wealth', a new Forbes Insights / Temenos Survey of wealth managers and high net worth clients, the experiences of clients and advisors are revealed at the moment when technology is reshaping the industry
Is blockchain looking for a problem to solve?

22nd June 2016

According to a recent report from the Deloitte University Press "blockchain is coming to disrupt your industry". And none seems more vulnerable than financial services. In fact, the finance industry is putting its money where its mouth is: 30 of the world's biggest banks1 have already joined a consortium to build blockchain solutions, and Nasdaq...
Temenos SingleBrain

21st June 2016

A new 'SingleBrain' approach linking digital channels seamlessly to a new core front-office engagement architecture will allow banks to avoid a patchwork approach to digital banking and provide clients with the fluid, real time user experience they desire.
The Rise Of Bionic Wealth

20th June 2016

The future of wealth management is about the successful use of technology but also about relationships. A great transfer in wealth from aging baby boomers to younger generations is under way, and it is reshaping the industry in ways that demand greater efficiency and adaptation byincumbent firms. The challenge: retain the loyalty of customers with...
What the Internet of Things brings to banking

1st June 2016

Sensors and Wi-Fi are changing how we interact with the world around us, bringing a new era of connectivity – dubbed the Internet of Things. With this enhanced connectivity comes the chance to tap into and use any data collected, opening up almost boundless opportunities for business, communities, personal and civic benefit. Central to...
A-Z of Banking Fraud

5th January 2016

Fraud is big business, costing the banking industry $67 billion per annum, according to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. It’s a problem no one can afford to ignore as firms struggle to recover from the global financial crisis and the world’s major economies teeter on the edge of recession. Most worrying of all, its incidence is...