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Reviewing the latest AI and machine learning progress in capital markets
Running against the clock: less than 6 months to comply with MiFID II
In 2018 and 2019, SWIFT will activate new messaging standards. For banks in trade finance, doing nothing is not an option with a big impact on bank-to-bank and bank-to-corporate messages
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Third parties starting to build financial apps on top of trusted Finastra platform
BTPN launch unlocks mobile banking services for millions of consumers
Harris Antoniou, CEO at ATB describes the digital trade bank of the future and how new technologies are revolutionizing the world of trade finance.
Highlights from our Americas Market Forum held in Miami 20th - 22nd October 2014
Harris Antoniou and Michel Hofman discuss how Finastra’s Corporate Banking platform is enabling Amsterdam Trade Bank to increase agility and drive innovation – positioning ATB as the go-to bank for trade finance.
One in five banks perform less than one per cent of sales via digital channels, while 40 per cent of customer acquisition is still done through the branch.
Summary for CEB Webinar - Digital Corporate Banking for the Connected Corporate Customer.
At the beginning of 2016, Alex Kwiatkowski - Senior Strategist at Misys - made a series of wide-ranging predictions as to the trends that will shape banking in 2016. From technology innovation, operational transformation to regulatory intervention, all collectively pointing to banking entering a new era of creative destruction where only the fittest will survive.
A trade and trade finance report by the International Chamber of Commerce, in association with Misys
In this paper, we map out the diversity of the RegTech universe in all its glory.
Dans cette étude mondiale menée par Forrester Consulting auprès de 250 décisionnaires du monde bancaire sur leur stratégie numérique, 76% d’entre eux envisagent de remplacer leurs solutions digitales existantes dans les 18 prochains mois.