Why banks still won’t take advantage of fintech skills

Fintech digital divide

Fintechs have the technology and expertise to transform core banking systems for incumbent institutions, so why aren’t banks taking advantage?

Are the fintech bridges working?

Fintech bridge

Following the launch of the UK’s first international partnerships aimed at kickstarting fintech growth, industry leaders question whether they have lived up to expectations

Immigration: can fintech help with the transition?

Immigrants face an array of financial hurdles when arriving in a new country and some startups are now offering services unavailable from established institutions. True inclusion, however, requires a concerted effort from wider stakeholders to support such initiatives

Why aren’t banks making the most of data?

While banks have always stored and had access to a tremendous amount of client and transactional information, they are still not leveraging data to the fullest to better serve customers

Can banks and fintechs ever work together?

The arrival of open banking has thrown together fintechs and legacy banks, but do these organisations make good partners?

Five ways tech is challenging traditional banking models

The way the financial services traditionally operate is being challenged by a range of smart new technologies

Digital banking or banking done digitally?

Fintech firms have shaken up the financial sector in recent years, so what can big banks learn from their digital rivals?

What edge computing will do for banks

Edge computing, where computing power shifts away from centralised networks and processing data happens closer to source, is set to propel banking services and operations into the future