Financial Services Technology

British financial technology companies have seen a six-fold increase in investment over the past three years making the City of London a strong contender for the title of global centre of wealth-generating innovation. From seamless payments to mobile banking, the financial services technology scene is increasingly focusing on improving customer experience. This report looks ahead to a cashless future, the power afforded to banks by big data, and five customer engagement lessons to be learnt from other sectors. It also charts the finance behind fintech

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Financial Services Technology
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Bridging the generation gap with mobile banking

Digital financial services may appeal to all ages but for different reasons so providers are tailoring varied offerings to a wide range of customers


Are we heading towards a cashless future?

What the future holds for financial services may be the stuff of present-day science fiction – or something far more revolutionary


Banking on keeping secrets and trust

If banks use the financial “secrets” they know about us, is this an invasion of privacy or a useful way of helping us manage our finances?


Innovative approaches for the customer era

Traditional finance business models are being crunched by macro-economic events, but KPMG sees opportunities ahead


5 Lessons Fintech could learn from other sectors

The financial services industry may have a thing or two to learn from technological innovations in other sectors


Can Britain be a fintech world leader?

The government is urging the UK financial technology sector to power ahead and create a global centre of wealth-generating innovation and excellence


Banks under pressure to deliver when investing in new tech

Banks may have antiquated IT systems yet they make massive investments in technology innovation – a paradox that can make or break institutions


New payments tech is oiling wheels of trade

Fast developing technology is enabling shared financial infrastructure which can streamline cross-border payments and facilitate greater international trade


Towards collaborative disruption: fortune favours the bold

A wave of innovation is sweeping across Europe as financial technology startups begin to collaborate with established companies to shake up the sector, says Pat Patel, content director, Money20/20 Europe


Banking on a better customer experience

Michael Plimsoll, industry marketing director at Adobe, urges banks to keep pace with continual advances in technology


Tool up with e-disclosure

Epiq, the world’s leading name in e-disclosure, is helping compliance officers in financial services upgrade their technologies and processes to make disaster detection a manageable job


Brave new world for banking

Banks must stand strong on customer service in the face of digital disruption, says Guenther Meyringer, head of Avaya Professional Services in Europe

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