The case — the card issuer’s third in six years — is an example of the legal peril that banks and other companies continue to face over the use of automated phone calls for debt collection and other purposes.
Rabobank’s chief digital transformation officer considers himself to be the “turbocharger” of its digital agenda. He talks to Joy Macknight about transforming the bank into a fast-moving, agile organisation.
Malaysian financier at centre of scandal aims to resolve case targeting close to $1bn in assets
Lake Mary, FL, October 29, 2019 – Malauzai Software, a Finastra company, today released the latest edition of Monkey Insights, the quarterly report analyzing Malauzai data on digital banking trends. This installment…
30th October 2019 – Fenergo, the leading provider of digital Client Lifecycle Management solutions (CLM) for financial institutions, today announces the product enhancement, Digital KYC, a real-time Know Your Customer…
FactSet chief says information sellers are focusing on companies rather than traders
Open Banking Expo is unveiling global digital banking strategist Jim Marous as the keynote speaker at its London Expo on 13th November 2019.
Jim Marous is an internationally recognised financial industry strategist, co-publisher of The Financial Brand and owner and publisher of the Digital…
Midsize players like BankUnited, BOK and Fulton Financial plan to rely on selective M&A, catering to niches overlooked by big banks, aggressive recruitment of commercial lenders and other strategies to stimulate revenue growth.
Shareholders have demanded restraint at Smith & Nephew and Standard Chartered
With the hype surrounding the latest incarnation of wireless technology, 5G, reaching ever higher levels, Joy Macknight investigates how its rollout will impact financial services – and whether it has the potential to transform the industry in the same way as 4G before it.