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Banking Revolution
Today, the financial industry is in a state of constant change as it continues to evolve through demanding client needs and regulatory/compliance requirements. Beyond regulatory scrutiny and competitive stress from internal and external stakeholders...
A Step Apart
Paresh Vankar writes on what marketers need to do to step up their game in 2019. Looking at the emerging trends, he diagnoses and predicts key trends that will shape B2B marketing in 2019.

Jan 09, 2019

2019: Heralding a new era in financial services

Srinivasan Seshadri EVP & Head of Financial Services

Srinivasan Seshadri, Head of Financial Services for North America writes on what are the major trends to look out for in 2019. Looking at 5 key areas, Srini argues that financial services are making a major leap and building on to the ecosystem...
Tech holds
Rahul Singh, writes on the release of the financial services research paper and how banks and financial institutions can develop tools and strategies to stay ahead of fintech competitors. Originally Published on Finance Derivative: http://www....
Digital Payments

Dec 07, 2018

Trends in Digital Payments Industry

Saniya Jain Global Engagement Manager

Payment, although a small component of the banking function, is becoming a key competing factor amongst the global banks today. In this competitive environment, where banks are looking to innovate to come out ahead, adopting digital payments has...
Client on boarding (COB) refers to all activities that are performed during the acquisition of new customers and plays an integral role in subsequent interactions during the complete customer lifecycle - ranging from all the mandatory KYC, AML, risk...
With a strong 2.3 billion population worldwide, millennials are the largest generations and yet, with 2.45 trillion dollars of combined annual buying power globally, they are as powerful as their counterparts’ boomers and Gen-X.  With this...
Banking Industries
Automation, AI and Analytics are changing Banking in a manner and magnitude none of the technical advances had done in the past. The overall impact of these three forces is not a simple addition of the individual impact, rather it has a-multiplier...
Digital Payments

Nov 22, 2018

Succeeding in a World of BOTs


IT services, which has so far thrived significantly on cost arbitrage, will be one of the most impacted as clients discover that they can derive significant value by applying RPA to the more repetitive tasks. This is both, a threat and an...
Core Banking System
The increasing complexity of IT applications has influenced every industry, and banking is no exception. A traditional core banking system – even if it’s for a tier 3 or tier 4 financial institution – needs a virtual armory of support applications,...

Jun 28, 2018

Unbundling Financial Services for the Digital Generation

Sudip Lahiri SVP & Head Financial Services Europe

Sudip Lahiri writes on what banks and financial services must do to attract millennial customers. The core idea is to add meaningful value to the everyday lives of the digital-native consumer.
Tech Market Trends

Mar 07, 2019

Tech Market Trends - Outlook for 2019 and Beyond - Part 1

Kinsuk Mitra Director of Finance, Risk and Compliance

Kinsuk Mitra writes on what are the trends that are going to shape technology in 2019. In this first of a two part series, he looks at the future operating environment and the trends leading up the next 5 years.
Artificial Intelligence
We humans are governed by our free will to choose and make decisions. But, in the world of technology and data brokers, those who can predict and drive one to make decisions, are influencing free will.
Fog Computing is a horizontal capability that complements both cloud and edge computing. The theme is generally directed at tapping into services accessible from devices, such as payments, increasing personalized offers and retaining customers who...
The idea that machine intelligence can automate marketing functions isn’t new. What has changed is the manner in which AI and other “intelligent” robots are being deployed by marketers. Machine intelligence is complementing business intelligence in...
As the AML landscape is rapidly changing, the financial service companies moving towards automation by adapting RegTech.
The Fundamental Review of Trading Book

Jan 02, 2017

The Fundamental Review of Trading Book

Deepti Chand Senior Business Manager

FRTB will impact banks and financial institutions across functions. These changes will affect business models, process systems, and infrastructure. Banks will be expected to upgrade their systems and infrastructure in preparation for the changes,...

Mar 20, 2020

Wearables - To Wear or not to Wear!

Sridhar R Practice Manager

Riding on wearable technology, many Financial institutions and Fintech firms have started building solutions that appeal to tech savvy clients underscoring customer experience and customized service to stay ahead of the curve in the market. ...

Tech Market Trends - Outlook for 2019 and Beyond - Part 1
Kinsuk Mitra - Director of Finance, Risk and Compliance | March 7, 2019

Kinsuk Mitra writes on what are the trends that are going to shape technology in 2019. In this first of a two part series, he looks at the future operating environment and the trends leading up the next 5 years.

Digitalized Subrogation – A Focal Point for Loss Ratio Improvement
Prasannavenkadesh Sankar - Senior Business Manager | February 14, 2019

Optimized Processes in Claims Lifecycle and Straight Forward Claims Settlement in Fast track are some of the Buzzwords being articulated repeatedly when the Insurers look for improving their Loss Ratio.

5 Reasons Why: "AI" - A Double-edged Sword for Cybersecurity in Financial Services
Sudip Lahiri - SVP & Head Financial Services Europe | February 14, 2019

The blog lays out the top five reasons why AI acts as a double edged sword for Cyber Security in Financial Services. Written by Sudip Lahiri, Head of Financial Services for Europe, the blog contends that institutions must be careful to look at AI as an enabler, rather than a replacement for human intervention.