The prospect of a run on a bank in the modern era was unthinkable, until September 2007. As we move towards a cashless society, could it happen again?
The arrival of open banking has thrown together fintechs and legacy banks, but do these organisations make good partners?
New trends in finance, from open banking to the rise of fintech startups, are shaking the industry and putting customers at the heart of the future of banking
Financial experts discuss what the future holds for money, exploring how traditional forms of capital and how we use them will evolve in the years to come
The idea that central banks should introduce digital versions of physical cash is gaining traction. Led by innovative governments in cash-averse economies such as Sweden, the concept of central bank digital currencies has drawn both outright condemnation and enthusiastic support for its profound ramifications for payments, monetary policy and financial stability
Danske Bank of Denmark announced last month that more than €200 billion in laundered, illegal money had passed through its Estonia branch’s coffers
Possible outcomes of current disruption in the payments industry could take a number of forms. Here are four favourites
Faced with technological disruption, banks are learning to collaborate with financial technology startups, known as fintechs, but the collaboration is not always plain sailing