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Insights

Artificial intelligence and financial services

Dec 05, 2019
Ouida Taaffe
As technology presents new ethical questions, this article looks at the relationship between regulation, artificial intelligence and financial services. In this interview, Nigel Shadbolt talks about analysing data and the semantic web.
Artificial intelligence and financial services
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Artificial intelligence and financial services

Dec 05, 2019
Ouida Taaffe
Artificial intelligence and financial services

Will cash disappear within the next ten years?

Nov 14, 2019
Will cash disappear within the next ten years?
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Will cash disappear within the next ten years?

Nov 14, 2019
Will cash disappear within the next ten years?

Time machine: Financial innovations through the centuries

Nov 04, 2019
Juno Baker
This year's Financial Innovation awards take place on 21 November, but banking and finance has always innovated to find better ways of doing business, with calculating machines, coin counters, perforating machines and more.
Time machine: Financial innovations through the centuries
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Time machine: Financial innovations through the centuries

Nov 04, 2019
Juno Baker
Time machine: Financial innovations through the centuries

Five key trends in banking and finance

Oct 28, 2019
Juno Baker
The future of banking and finance will mean a big role for tech, digital payments, data and a change in the way consumers bank. How are competitors and challenger banks changing financial services?
Five key trends in banking and finance
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Five key trends in banking and finance

Oct 28, 2019
Juno Baker
Five key trends in banking and finance

Can regulators stop data exploitation?

Oct 14, 2019
Ouida Taaffe
Behavioural economics isn't new, but following the Behavioural Exchange Conference we look at data, bias and regulation of the markets, and ask whether firms are developing new ways to exploit our biases faster than regulators can react.
Can regulators stop data exploitation?
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Can regulators stop data exploitation?

Oct 14, 2019
Ouida Taaffe
Can regulators stop data exploitation?

Are fintechs ready for Brexit?

Oct 03, 2019
Juno Baker
Are fintechs ready for Brexit?
Fingers typing on a keyboard

Are fintechs ready for Brexit?

Oct 03, 2019
Juno Baker
Are fintechs ready for Brexit?

How big data is changing the role of banks and banking

Sep 16, 2019
Peter Hahn
The role of banking is changing, from balancing interests of savers and borrowers, to managing data. But what should banks do with this data? Peter Hahn compares the increased use of technology in the car industry with the rise of fintech and digital banking.
How big data is changing the role of banks and banking
Car lights on a winding road

How big data is changing the role of banks and banking

Sep 16, 2019
Peter Hahn
How big data is changing the role of banks and banking

Challenger banks: surviving in the middle ranks

Aug 29, 2019
Gren Manuel
In his second blog on UK challenger banking, Gren Manuel examines the prospects and options for challenger banks outside the top tier.
Challenger banks: surviving in the middle ranks
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Challenger banks: surviving in the middle ranks

Aug 29, 2019
Gren Manuel
Challenger banks: surviving in the middle ranks

Challenger banks: how they compete

Aug 27, 2019
Gren Manuel
In the first of two blogs, Gren Manuel explains why UK challenger banking is like Premier League football, with the mid-table players finding it hard to compete with the top-tier ones.
Challenger banks: how they compete
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Challenger banks: how they compete

Aug 27, 2019
Gren Manuel
Challenger banks: how they compete