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Time is money: why banking must change, fast

Digital disruptions, such as open banking, robo-advisors, mobile payments and aggressive cybercriminals, are forcing traditional banks to embrace rapid and widespread transformation.

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Automation: shaping the future of wealth management

Digitization is making the world a more convenient and streamlined place to do business. This is forcing financial institutions to come up with anytime, anywhere services that will help them beat off competition from emerging fintechs.

Wealth management has been quick off the mark with robo advisors to satisfy the on-demand needs of digital customers and open up new market opportunities.

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Blog I 30 October 2018
How banks can beat professional cybercrime and assure customers their assets are protected
Cybercrime is a growing plague in the financial sector. Banks are now working overtime to safeguard their security, while underlining consumer trust in new products.

Magazine I 26 October 2018
Mobile banking: the next competitive differentiator for financial services
Millennials may be the pathfinders when it comes to mobile banking, but more of us are using smartphones as our preferred way of carrying out financial transactions, making it the main touch point for financial institutions.

Magazine I 3 September 2018
Collaborate to accumulate: why banks are embracing the new workspace
Traditional banks and investment houses need to embrace the digital workspace and source the right talent to compete effectively with fintech-driven challenger banks.

 

Magazine I 26 July 2018
Automation: shaping the future of wealth management
Wealth management has been quick off the mark with robo advisors to satisfy the on-demand needs of digital customers and open up new market opportunities.

Magazine I 2 July 2018
Usage-based insurance: reduce claims and improve welfare
The Internet of Things (IoT) will serve our personal information and preferences up on a plate, connecting assets and enabling the insurance industry to harvest data to deliver advanced and personalized insurance services.