The Centre for Financial Services Innovation explores financial technology trends in the underbanked market.
Reports of the demise of cash are greatly exaggerated says John Williams, president and CEO of the Federal reserve Bank of San Francisco.
As social media enters its era of maturity, organisations are having to rethink the ways they have historically managed their brands, according to this report from UK bank first direct.
Storebrand Bank has handed over responsibility for maintaining and operating the software for the company's capital markets business to Tieto.
Credit Suisse applied Logica's CLS Manager to handle rising FX settlement volumes.
Fierce competition from non-banks entering the financial services sector and a changing payments landscape were strong catalysts for Deutsche Bank's decision to overhaul its payments environment.
Becoming more customer-centric - while improving operational excellence - is critical to success in retail banking today, says the Boston Consulting Group.
Fumiko Hayashi, a senior economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, examines the likely triggers for consumer adoption of mobile payments.
A Bank of England paper exploring the likely impact of central clearing on OTC derivatives markets.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston reports on the evolution of mobile payments technology two years on from its original paper in 2011.
The US Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association presents a compendium of post-flash crash studies into HFT behaviour.
In the biggest-ever experiment carried out into how people use social media, UK bank first direct asked volunteers from across the UK to change their Facebook and Twitter habits for a month.
Origo Services offers advice and guidance on corporate e-mail security.
This Clear2Pay white paper discusses some of the issues surrounding the migration to EMV in the ATM channel and highlights the benefits of an automated and structured approach to the testing of the many new components.
"Firms and their management must ensure they submit quality transaction reporting data and we encourage all firms to review the integrity of this data on a regular basis. We will continue to monitor the quality of firm reporting and we are committed to taking action where necessary to ensure that firms comply with their reporting obligations."
Margaret Cole, FSA Managing Director of Enforcement and Financial Crime in the City Index press release of 20 January 2011.
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