In this issue: Disruption? Bank on it.
VOL 4 | EDITION 1 | 2017
We take a closer look at disruption and our industry, including how banks can think like start-ups; leading in the age of disruption, and new research ranking FinTech centers around the world. Add how FinTech in India could skip traditional ﬁ nancial infrastructure to a cashless economy; partnering with leading banks in South Africa on a new ORG ID/KYC managed service, and an overview and recap of key trends in global deal activity for 2016. And much more.
Exchange spoke with esteemed author, Terence Mauri about what disruption means and how leaders can help their organizations master large-scale change.
Technology is making leaders more responsive and responsible, here Thomson Reuters David Craig writes on this era of rapid change and automation.
Technology has undoubtedly changed the way many industries operate, that’s why RegTech has become a main focus for risk and compliance officers.
Recent global benchmark investigations have brought attention to submitting institutions, but its implications have spread much further.
New research by the Institute of Financial Services Zug (IFZ) evaluates the performance of FinTech ecosystem centers on a global scale.
As the value of deal-making activity declined in all regions and nearly every sector during 2016, the year in deals turned out quite unexpected.
Also in this issue
Innovative ideas can move from napkins to reality overnight, here Thomson Reuters Debra Walton writes on two key aspects of disruption.
India is setting a new global standard in FinTech with a new instant online payment system tied to national biometric identity data.
Financial institutions are bracing themselves for the EU’s impending Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II (MiFID II).
The need for standardization of KYC policies and procedures for the banking community is becoming increasingly important for banks and their customers
Due to the location and nature of gold-mining operations, the industry tends to have complex supply chains making it difficult to manage compliant regulations.