01 August 2014

Latest post-trade & ops news

Finextra Leadership: Life in the fast lane

8 hours ago  |  877 views  |  0

Finextra talks to David Watson, global head of client access products for Deutsche Bank's global transaction banking business, about how the giant German bank is remodelling its technology platform to address the needs of a younger generation of digitally-savvy corporate treasury managers.

UK Payments Council chief Kamellard quits

17 hours ago  |  1676 views  |  0

The UK Payments Council's chief executive, Adrian Kamellard, is quitting the bank-run organisation as it prepares to "refocus" ahead of the introduction of a new payments regulator.

Westpac appoints CBA core transformation architect as new CIO

22 hours ago  |  1483 views  |  0

Wetspac has appointed Dave Curran, the architect of neighbouring Commonwealth Bank's core banking transformation project, as its new chief information officer.

CLS hires Zschach as chief information officer

31 July 2014  |  1310 views  |  0

FX risk reduction utility CLS has hired Tom Zschach as its new chief information officer, taking over the reins from former incumbent Sankar Aiyar, who unexpectedly quit the unit in March, midway through a major IT upgrade.

CME Group to buy Trayport and Fenics from GFI Group

30 July 2014  |  1582 views  |  0

Exchange operator CME Group has agreed a deal to buy the Trayport and Fenics trading technology units from GFI Group in a deal worth around $655 million.

Square gears up for US EMV switch with chip card reader

30 July 2014  |  3014 views  |  0

Square has unveiled plans to launch a chip and signature version of its mPOS dongle as it prepares for America's upcoming switch to EMV.

Minnesota Twins test mobile photo app for card applications

30 July 2014  |  2325 views  |  0

US Bank is testing a new app which lets fans of the Minnesota Twins baseball team apply for a payments card by snapping a photo of their driver's license.

TD Bank scores viral hit with Automated Thanking Machine campaign

30 July 2014  |  6223 views  |  3

A marketing campaign in which Canada's TD Bank turned its ATMs into 'Automated Thanking Machines' that distributed gifts to customers has proved a viral hit, racking up more than two million YouTube views in less than a week.

Why Google Bank won't happen

30 July 2014  |  6594 views  |  5

Google won't launch a traditional bank because of the associated costs and regulation, but these hurdles won't stop the firm from redefining the future of financial services, according to a new Forrester report.

DTCC and banks form client data and documentation utility

29 July 2014  |  2064 views  |  0

The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC) has teamed up with six Wall Street banks to launch Clarient Entity Hub, a client data and documentation utility.

Brits back biometrics for banking authentication

29 July 2014  |  4315 views  |  6

More than half of Brits want their banks to integrate fingerprint biometric authentication technology into their digital services, according to a survey.

Nintendo brings NFC payments to Wii U in Japan

29 July 2014  |  2618 views  |  0

Japanese gamers can now buy the latest titles on Nintendo's eShop by tapping their contactless payment cards against their Wii U controllers.

PayPal brings Start Tank programme to London

29 July 2014  |  2638 views  |  1

PayPal is bringing its Start Tank programme to the UK, inviting the country's tech startups to apply for one of five chances to win a six month stint at its London offices.

New fintech fund targets emerging markets

28 July 2014  |  3187 views  |  0

Anthemis Group's Udayan Goyal has teamed up with private equity veteran Matteo Stefanel in a bid to raise $250 million for a growth fund targeting fintech startups in the developing world. Finextra spoke to Goyal about the fund.

PayPal hits the high street in Holland

28 July 2014  |  4210 views  |  0

Shoppers in the Netherlands can now use their PayPal accounts to order ahead and pay for goods and services at 1500 high street locations through a partnership with Rabobank-backed MyOrder

Doom on an ATM

28 July 2014  |  2920 views  |  0

A team of Australian geeks have rigged up an ATM to play popular shoot-'em-up action game Doom.

Dancing with Unicorns: Top VCs ramp up fintech investment activity

28 July 2014  |  2964 views  |  0

Fintech deal activity by the world's biggest venture capital firms has grown 61% from 2010 to 2013, according to data from CB Insights.

Digital bank Holvi preps Irish launch

25 July 2014  |  3946 views  |  0

Holvi, the Finnish digital banking startup targeting small businesses, has hired former SumUp exec Thomas O'Reilly as it prepares to enter the Irish market next month.

Contactless payments to arrive on London's Tube in September

25 July 2014  |  6544 views  |  1

Londoners will soon be able to pay for journeys on the tube, DLR and overground with their contactless bank cards and mobile phones.

USAA enlists IBM's Watson to help military personnel transition to civilian life

25 July 2014  |  3580 views  |  1

Online army bank USAA has begun using IBM's Watson cognitive computing platform to help military personnel ease back into civilian life.

Barclays seeks dismissal of NY Attorney General's dark pool lawsuit

24 July 2014  |  2783 views  |  1

Barclays has filed a motion seeking to throw out a lawsuit from the New York Attorney General accusing the bank of deceptively luring unwary investors to a dark pool that was actually being run for the benefit of predatory high-frequency traders.

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