Wednesday, February 20, 2019
Tags Banking

Tag: Banking

Banking process automation hits its stride

The Gartner "Hype Cycle" has long been a good way to look at capabilities and think Read more:

Bankers, let’s get real: here’s the question you need to answer...

Let me ask you a question: How do you think your customers view your bank? As a group of individual channels? Or as a single brand, made up of touchpoints Read more:

Moscow Exchange completes development of platform for online bank deposits

Moscow Exchange is pleased to announce the completion of the development phase of its electronic platform for remote opening of deposit accounts as part Read more:

Mastercard taps for connectivity hub, the Turkey-based open banking platform company, announced Wednesday (February 13) Mastercard has chosen it to provide the connectivity  Read more:

Revolut runs into trouble with false claims ad

Revolut, the U.K. FinTech that has been growing at a rapid pace, was forced to acknowledge it made up stats for a recent advertising campaign. Read more:

NatWest and RBS tap FreeAgent for SME account feeds

NatWest has partnered with fintech company FreeAgent to offer direct bank feeds of NatWest and Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) accounts to its SME customers. Read more:

Australian Reg: Banks need more competition

Australia’s competition regulator is going after the banking industry in the country, vowing to punish what it claims is misconduct, reported The Financial Times. Read more:

Banks as the keeper of consumer digital IDs?

You can’t have trust without some type of trusted authority, and any type of authority is fragile without a reasonable level of trust. Read more:

MoneeMint picks Codebase for core banking

MoneeMint, a digital UK bank, has picked the Digibanc enterprise banking suite from Codebase Technologies. Read more:

ING signs five-year licencing deal with R3

ING has agreed a five-year deal with R3 for an unlimited number of Corda Enterprise licenses, with the aim of encouraging the adoption of CorDapps Read more: