Retail Banking Systems Insights

Who will own NFC?

Who will own NFC?

7th December 2011

Company: Sybase
By Matthew Talbot, Senior Vice President for mCommerce at Sybase 365 Google officially launched Google Wallet, “the app that makes your phone your wallet,” at the end of September (for customers of US telecom operator, Sprint, with a Nexus S 4G phone). Hot on its heels was the announcement from Isis, AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon consortium, that... read more
Online banking success hinges on creating a positive user experience

Online banking success hinges on creating a positive user experience

7th December 2011

Company: Compuware
By David Flower, VP EMEA, Compuware APMThe number of customers opting to do their banking online continues to grow. In the UK mobile banking has overtaken telephone banking while a US Consumer Briefing shows that 17 per cent of the population now use mobile banking (1). Around the world the Internet is becoming the preferred way to access personal... read more
The ‘mobile wallet’ - how can banks drive consumer adoption?

The ‘mobile wallet’ - how can banks drive consumer adoption?

5th December 2011

Company: bobsguide
Technology is a constant source of debate for the banking industry and the ‘mobile wallet’ is a key area of discussion. It is one of a number of innovations which can afford financial institutions and IT vendors as many headaches as it does opportunities. The adoption of mobile by the banking industry has increased dramatically over the last 18... read more
Liquidity risk management to boost performance

Liquidity risk management to boost performance

5th December 2011

Company: Wolters Kluwer
By Nancy Masschelein, head of Product Strategy, FinArch and Nele Matthys, business analyst, Product Strategy, FinArch The financial crisis revealed weaknesses in liquidity risk programs at financial institutionsThe causes and the unfolding of the financial crisis have highlighted a number of concerns and issues for practitioners, policy makers as... read more
A busy year for Big Data errors

A busy year for Big Data errors

2nd December 2011

Company: ClusterSeven
By Ralph Baxter, CEO at ClusterSeven2011 should go down as the most significant year yet for errors in the sea of unstructured financial data - increasingly seen as part of the Big Data problem engulfing all modern institutions. One wonders what 2012 will bring.Despite the problems that these errors have caused, firms such as ClusterSeven face a... read more
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MiFID II - where are the technology opportunities?

1st December 2011

Company: bobsguide
Regulation continues to be a buzzword for the financial services sector, particularly as the economic volatility continues over three years after the collapse of Lehmans. For many financial institutions regulation is viewed as an albatross around the neck in terms of both costs and time. Some commentators argue that clipping the wings of banks... read more
Payment & collection factories: new treasury potential?

Payment & collection factories: new treasury potential?

30th November 2011

Company: CGI
Many organisations are considering the case for centralising payments and collections in a shared service centre - a payment factory. Garry Young, Logica’s director of corporate services and SaaS, discusses the drivers behind corporate payments change. He also examines the cash visibility, control and efficiency benefits that can be realised from... read more
Bank regulation and trade finance

Bank regulation and trade finance

28th November 2011

Company: Surecomp
Attempts to impose blanket regulations on something as diverse as modern banking was bound to have some unintended consequences, says Raphael Barisaac, Surecomp vice-president Europe and head of Trade Finance Products.When world trade suddenly contracted in the fourth quarter of 2008, it demonstrated how vitally important trade finance is to the... read more
Making a payment factory pay

Making a payment factory pay

28th November 2011

By Marcus Hughes, business development director, Bottomline TechnologiesThe global economic environment continues to pose ever more challenging questions for today’s corporate treasurer with almost daily stories of fresh problems, country bailouts and concerns over the euro. The need for proper visibility and control over cash, core weapons in... read more
Mobile banking adoption will be twice as fast as online, says tech vendor

Mobile banking adoption will be twice as fast as online, says tech vendor

23rd November 2011

Company: bobsguide
The adoption of mobile banking among consumers will be twice as fast as the take up of online banking, a technology vendor has predicted. Carl Tsukahara, chief marketing officer (CMO) at Clairmail, a mobile banking solutions provider, said: “Mobile has been growing at a much faster rate of adoption than Internet banking. The biggest difference... read more