Rather than attempting to aggressively disrupt intermediary providers, the best FinTechs are now working with them.
What the AFR thought of Sibos.
Automation, such as the more widespread adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) within banking and financial institutions, need not be a negative impactor on the sectors’ future workforce, Sibos 2018 was told, writes Roland Tellzen.
Post-trade providers stepping up as passive shift ‘jeopardises entire intermediary infrastructure’, writes Jon Watkins
Organised crime, leveraging the dark web, is becoming far more effective in collaboration and sharing data about how to attack digital facilities and assets than those tasked with countering such threats, Sibos delegates were told yesterday, writes Roland Tellzen.
Forget Moon bases, Elon Musk and missions to Mars, the immediate future of space technology is more down to Earth and destined to be a truly disruptive force to the financial and banking sectors, writes Roland Tellzen
Cryptocurrencies have come a long way since their early associations with libertarian aversion to government surveillance. Discussion, if not yet concrete application, of digital currencies has permeated banks and other financial institutions, writes Richard Schwartz