Innovation in Finance is a series of films showing the technology and innovation that makes up this transformative sector – one which will inevitably be needed to help consumers and businesses rebuild as the world recovers from the pandemic.
Innovation in Finance is a series of films showing the technology and innovation that makes up this transformative sector – one which will inevitably be needed to help consumers and ...
'What it comes down to is whether you believe decentralisation has a future; whether cryptocurrencies have the potential to transform the financial industry,' one expert says
Tookitaki announced today that it has raised an additional US$11.7 million in funding from global investors
c) Financial Inclusion Financial inclusion simply means more people and companies having cheaper and easier access to financial services.  While these changes may not immediately reduce ...
While the coronavirus pandemic sweeps the entire world, governments’ response to the international health crisis has led the global economy to a standstill. Extensive lockdowns and social ...
‘Trust-free’ is actually abstract or faceless trust.
Finance still needs greater diversity, she believes.
The unbundling of the bank has begun.
The collapse of our financial systems in 2008 could look like a relative blip if leaders fail to close the gap in global governance of big data and artificial intelligence
By Christine Lagarde September 5, 2018 عربي, Español, 中文, Français, Português, Русский A trader on the New York Stock Exchange the day
It's time to have a conversation about implementing real AML information sharing across organisations, sectors and jurisdictions, writes Claus Christensen at Know Your Customer Ltd.
An important report from The World Economic Forum, “Beyond FinTech,” was published recently. This is a project I’ve been closely involved with from...
In the digital age, the issue of trust is emerging as the game-changing factor in how consumers choose financial services brands.
The Fed cuts rates near zero and will buy $700 billion in Treasuries and mortgage bonds; big banks put off stock buybacks until July at the earliest.