Wholesale / Commercial Banking Systems Insights

/images/news/77692.jpg

Bank of England: "We don’t think crypto assets are money, or a particularly good store of value"

12th July 2018

Company: bobsguide
At London Fintech Week, Cordelia Kafetz, head of the Bank of England’s Fintech Hub made clear the central bank’s position on cryptocurrencies and fintech innovation. “We’ve been doing a lot of thinking on crypto assets,” said Kafetz, “back in 2014, we published some bulletins saying that crypto assets... read more
/images/news/77686.jpg

Liberis CEO talks Open Banking and the future of SME funding

12th July 2018

Company: bobsguide
One of the major challenges facing small businesses can be finding the financing necessary to get off the ground and achieve growth. The difficulty of establishing a solid credit history in the face of unpredictable cash flows can make traditional credit providers wary, particularly those burdened by clunky legacy systems and changes in... read more
/images/news/77680.jpg

A new world order: how regulations have transformed banking tech strategy

10th July 2018

Company: Profile Software
Regulatory changes and technological innovations lead banks to transform their business models to better manage risk, enhance client service and thus remain competitive, flexible and agile. In particular, the financial services organisations need to deploy a framework to support Basel III (for capital requirements and liquidity risk), Mifid II (for... read more
/images/news/77655.jpg

A new universe of payments is on the rise

4th July 2018

The growing demand for corporate value-added services, rising customer expectations, and a dynamic global regulatory landscape coupled with structural changes in the financial industry and the increase of multiple payments-enabling technologies are contributing to the demand for the emergence of a new payment universe. To master the growing... read more
/images/news/77650.jpg

How the gig economy is reshaping travel industry payouts

3rd July 2018

Company: Hyperwallet
While the 'Uber for X' pitch has become something of a cliché in the tech world, it hasn't stopped the gig economy—a broad term for the online freelance workforce that has grown significantly over recent years—from continuing to make its mark on our modern world. Some of these changes are monolithic; Uber’s deep... read more
/images/news/77596.png

Asian payment trends: insights into doing business in the world’s biggest market

18th June 2018

Company: ECommPay
In pursuit of reducing financial friction, banks and complementary service providers have begun to collaborate amongst themselves, as well as with external technology companies, on a global scale, to offer a seamless customer journey. In some cases, it is the external technology companies themselves who diversify, seeking new opportunities by... read more
/images/news/77595.png

Creative payment solutions through customization

18th June 2018

Company: Payneteasy
PSPs and financial institutions often have needs that are unique to their business. These needs that go unaddressed can turn into pain-points, and revenue reduction. It is extremely important for payment platform providers to provide flexibility, and to have the adaptation capabilities required to determine and customize creative solutions. The... read more
/images/news/77574.jpg

The future of e-wallets, US vs. EU paytech and how to regulate crypto

11th June 2018

Company: bobsguide
At Money20/20, bobsguide and PaymentEye caught up with Transact Payments (TPL) and GATE about their new partnership, the future of e-wallets, the interplay between US and EU paytech and the growing role of crypto in the payments space. Listen below or here.   read more
/images/news/77546.jpg

Visa Europe CEO “sorry” for outage and unveils commitments to Europe’s fintech

4th June 2018

Company: bobsguide
At Money20/20, hosted this week in Amsterdam, Charlotte Hogg, CEO of VISA Europe apologised for the Visa outage that left many consumers and merchants unable to use the service. Last Friday Visa reported an outage across UK and EU markets with millions affected. “I’d like to start by saying sorry to our shareholders and card... read more
/images/news/77543.jpg

Building an army in the business loan battle

4th June 2018

Since the financial crash of 2008, banks have been reluctant to lend, and SMEs have had to jump through hoop after hoop, fighting to obtain finance. Whether they need cash to help buy stock or essential equipment, or to expand into new markets, at some point almost all SMEs will look for extra finance beyond their usual cashflow. However,... read more