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PAYMO developing Uzbek financial marketplace

PAYMO has announced that it is developing a system to unite providers and consumers of financial services in one information space as part of an effort to provide consumers with a range of financial services in a faster, more efficient manner. The new financial marketplace will offer the following financial …

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Infographic: 10 FinTech trends to watch in 2019

Global investments in FinTech have more than tripled since 2014, amounting to over USD 12 billion. Given this incredible growth, here’s a look at 10 key FinTech trends to keep an eye on in 2019.  Infographic: alternative lending options for small businesses Four key trends for alternative lending in 2018 …

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Infographic: using communication apps in the financial sector

Production and effective communication is vital for any financial company in the modern world. Communication apps such as WhatsApp offer easy communication solutions; however, it is important that financial companies remain compliant with regulations when using them. Check out this infographic for useful tips on how to compliantly use communication …

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The future of banking: secure omnichannel banking

As a broader range of banking services are becoming available on a variety of new platforms, consumers are increasingly using a combination of channels to conduct banking activities. The next wave of innovation in the banking sector, however, seeks to move past physical contact (e.g. going to a bank, using …

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IoT: the next big thing in banking

The future of banking has been coupled with the internet of things (IoT). IoT technology is creating enormous value for financial institutions by making the entire financial network more robust and secure with improved protocols, enhanced data mining and enriched service quality. For example, IoT allows financial institutions to better …

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IoT and the next level of customer engagement

The internet of things (IoT) and the possibilities it provides are only in their infancy. This is especially true in the commercial banking sector, where financial institutions remain uncertain how to translate the immense amount of data available to them into meaningful customer experiences. Financial institutions need to think differently …

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IoT: the future of modern banking

The internet of things (IoT) has become an important part of the evolution of banking; moreover, it remains an integral part of its future as well. Here are five ways IoT has changed (and is still changing) the financial sector: Account management – biometrics has changed the game in the …

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Standard Charted and Huawei team up to create IoT banking solutions

Standard Chartered has joined forces with Huawei to create an IoT-powered solution that could completely transform the way corporate companies communicate with banks. The solution allows corporate firms and banks systems to speak to each other in real-time as well as the triggering of financing or payment instructions via APIs. …

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Video: exploring the future with the internet of things

This video illustrates how the internet of things (IoT) is changing our expectations for what our daily life should like and how our devices should work, including in the financial world. First-ever open banking service to help people get out of debt Armenia’s Evocabank launches SingleTouch online loans Infographic: 7 …

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2018 AntiFraud Russia International Forum

The 2018 AntiFraud Russia International Forum will take place in December 2018 as part of AIS Safety Week. The purpose of the Forum is to: host a comprehensive discussion of legal, organizational and technical issues related to countering fraud; improve interactions between businesses and law enforcement agencies; and present new …

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DT Fraud Conference 2019 – banking and payments

The pace of change is a constant challenge for the financial industry, with consumers constantly on the lookout for new, exciting and attractive offers. DT Fraud Conference 2019 will examine how new challenges can be met and capitalized upon by financial institutions to stay ahead of the game, keep consumers …

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FinTech’s impact on cyber response and recovery

Large-scale cyberattacks on critical financial infrastructure are a major threat to the safety and stability of the global economy. Recently, a panel discussion at DTCC’s 2018 FinTech Symposium brought together a group of cybersecurity experts to offer insights into the strategic shifts and leading practices in cyber response and recovery …

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Video: cybersecurity and financial services

Join Emmanuel Le Marois, a manager at the Association for Financial Markets in Europe (AFME), as he discusses why cybersecurity is an important issue for financial services, what cybersecurity actions are currently being undertaken in Europe and what the key cybersecurity issues in the future are likely to be. Online …

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Infographic: cybersecurity drivers

In today’s digital world, cybersecurity is not just a luxury; it’s a necessity. This is especially true in the financial services industry, a popular target for major cyber-attacks in recent years. Here’s an overarching view of the cyber landscape, its main threats and security controls and considerations.   Video: what’s …

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How FinTechs are helping refugees and immigrants

FinTechs have traditionally worked to provide financial services to the unbanked and underbanked. This is especially important today with the increase in the number of refugees and immigrants. Perhaps the most difficult thing for any refugee or immigrant to do when attempting to establish a life in a new country …

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How FinTech is helping the unbanked and underbanked

For many around the world (especially those in rural areas), access to financial services represents a major problem; however, FinTech is bridging that gap and helping more and more consumers access them. Here a few ways FinTech is helping the unbanked and underbanked access financial services in 2018: Online lending …

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Infographic: banking the unbanked, a USD 380 billion opportunity

Despite financial inclusion being a key driver for tackling poverty and boosting economic growth, there are billions of people worldwide that do not have reliable access to financial services. This infographic breaks down where the best opportunities to increase access to financial services for the “unbanked” are. Infographic: the impact …

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How should financial institutions react to uberization?

The volume of information in the world is increasing exponentially, and it is becoming difficult for consumers to analyze it all. For this reason, they are turning to mediator platforms to help them sort through it. For example, to find a hotel, consumers do not visit each hotel’s site individually, …

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Uberization turning the banking business model upside down

Today, customer experience is measured by how much friction is removed, with the new standard being asking Alexa to order an Uber (which arrives in near real-time). For financial institutions to evolve to this new reality, they need to shift their focus from just the experience to also include consumers’ …

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Russia expecting an uberized mortgage market

As Russian financial institutions increasingly offer consumers more and more mobile services, the process of obtaining a mortgage will also become faster and less stressful. In fact some, including Deputy Chairman of the Board at Absolut Bank, believe that obtaining a mortgage will become as simple as calling for a …

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