Profile Software

Since 1990, Profile Software provides award-winning banking and investment management software solutions to the financial services industry. Utilising modern technology tools, it develops innovative solutions to help FIs to personalise their client experience and optimise their business agility.

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Banks enhance UX by accelerating investment in digital technologies

15th April 2021

The pandemic has accelerated digital transformation in banking, leading banks to faster adopt new digital delivery models. The rise of neo and digital banking became the new normal, with an emphasis on mobile banking services. Industry analysts predict the pandemic will only help these new, digital trends become a reality faster. The...
How is treasury transforming during the pandemic?

23rd July 2020

Amid the pandemic, the expanding role of the treasury function and the accelerated pace of innovation and technology, treasury officers are facing a new reality. This new landscape is urging them to reassess their risks and enhance their visibility getting prepared for multiple scenarios ensuring business continuity. It is therefore obvious that in...
Banking in the new normal

17th July 2020

The global economy has greatly reshaped since last March, urging both consumers and businesses to adjust their behaviour, processes and operations to a new reality. McKinsey & Company sets a five-stage call-to-action applicable across industries emerging from the coronavirus battle: Resolve, Resilience, Return, Reimagine, and Reform....
Exploring AI in wealth management

5th May 2020

However, the investment management sector heavily relies on customer preferences as well as on the ability of the sector to adjust to industry standards, so technology evolution is usually the least of the wealth management firm’s concerns, or isn’t it? How has technology reshaped the industry in the past decade? Back in 2010 many...
2020 to be a milestone year for banks

5th March 2020

This year, technology will continue to be the main driver of disruption in the banking industry through the evolution of machine learning (ML), blockchain, quantum computing etc. as digital transformation is evolving the way banking is done, according to Deloitte’s study 2020 banking and capital markets outlook. Most banks still do not...
Wealth management gains from AI developments

11th April 2019

Artificial intelligence is set to transform businesses in ways we’ve not seen since the industrial revolution. The digital era is evolving in the wealth management sector, leading to a dynamic increase of AI and robo-advisory tools. 25% of 600 banking professionals, surveyed by MoneyLIVE and presented at FStech, said they...
Open Banking: Growing in customer trust in 2019

22nd January 2019

Over the past year of its implementation Open Banking remains a key concern of banks given the regulatory environment, the changing consumer patterns and the new fintech firms. It is becoming a need for banks to embrace digital transformation in this area to achieve more profitable operations. The banking industry is looking to achieve strong...
Enhanced customer onboarding must be a wealth management priority

1st August 2018

Differentiation in delivering advanced customer experience in the wealth management industry is becoming of paramount importance, as the offering is niche and the market needs are constantly changing. To effectively address competitive challenges, Wealth Management firms tend to deploy technologies that stipulate the uniqueness and personalisation...
Marketplace lending: evolution and expandability

25th July 2018

As with every trend, marketplace lending has evolved into different shapes and sizes, ranging from P2P lending platforms gaining banking licences to actually collaborating with established banks to enhance the offering of both. The regulatory environment around this is also evolving to better protect customers, providing guarantees where needed to...
A new world order: how regulations have transformed banking tech strategy

10th July 2018

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...