Fintech

Banks best Big Tech on trust, but not much else

01/10/20

Silicon Valley giants are better innovators, software developers and data managers, but banks' inherent advantages shouldn't be discounted, says Sonny Singh, a senior vice president at Oracle.

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10 fintech forecasts for the ‘20s

01/10/20

A seasoned investor in startups offers his top predictions for the coming decade. Among them: Big tech firms will become big players in financial services.

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Financial services 2025: The pursuit of a moving target that's moving faster

01/09/20

An examination of potential sources of upheaval for the financial industry and ideas on how to adapt.

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Digital won't cost bankers their jobs. It'll make them better bankers.

01/09/20

Bank employees need to stop seeing new technology as a threat.

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Banking 2025: The struggle to avoid becoming the ‘dumb utility’

01/08/20

In trying to adapt and survive in an increasingly tech-dominated world, banks may unintentionally give up their most valuable commodity — their relationship with the consumer, and the data that comes with it.

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Lenders have reason to encourage faster debt payoffs

01/08/20

Research shows most consumers would prefer more options to pay down their debt early. Here’s why it would also help banks.

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The banking tech trends that will dominate 2020

01/07/20

Banks will have plenty of developments to follow this year, from Big Tech's evolving foray into the industry to data disputes and increased competition from digital-first challengers.

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New employee retention tool has four legs and goes 'woof'

01/07/20

Some banks and fintechs have already introduced pet-friendly policies in the office. Here are five reasons why it works.

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Goldman goes transparent; Banks up to the challenge

01/07/20

Goldman Sachs plans to offer details into its workings to boost its stock value; while challenger banks are prospering, traditional banks still rule the roost.

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A cautionary tale of open banking

01/06/20

Granting a third party access to a bank's systems in exchange for more advanced technology can help prevent fraud, but it can also attract cyberattacks.

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