Banking Infrastructure

TSB eyes speed, security and convenience with new onboarding process

TSB has introduced a new customer onboarding journey through its mobile banking app that will help speed up the process of opening an account.

Why FinTecSystems is betting on open banking in the financial crime fight

Founded in 2014, FinTecSystems is specialised in open banking infrastructure and data analysis to help companies make data-driven and automate decisions. At a time when companies are scrambling to protect their assets from criminal actors, could FTS’ open banking infrastructure be a flood barrier against the rising wave of financial crime?

How onboarding is hindering client experience

A recent blogpost by MyDocSafe has detailed how the onboarding process within wealth management is impacting the client experience through its complexity.

How is the sustainability revolution changing the banking sector?

A recent blogpost by financial industry association Mobey Forum has examined how the movement to make finance more sustainable is changing the banking industry.

HKMA initiates first CBDC steps with whitepaper launch

The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) has begun the first steps of exploring a central bank digital currency (CBDC) with the release of a technical whitepaper.

ECB stress test reveals potential climate peril for European banks

A climate stress test by the European Central Bank (ECB) has found firms based in areas most open to physical risk could see their creditworthiness impacted by climate change.

Zūm Rails unveils new anti-fraud tools to strengthen payment security

Open banking firm Zūm Rails has introduced a new set of anti-fraud tools to bolster the security of its Instant Deposit feature on its platform.

Nigerian central bank to launch new CBDC through Bitt collaboration

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) is teaming with Barbados-based FinTech Bitt to introduce a new central bank digital currency (CBDC) called eNaira.

How financial institutions can succeed in mobile banking post-pandemic

A OneSpan blogpost has underlined how financial institutions (FIs) can compete in the mobile banking sector following the shifts brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic.

ESMA slaps €408,000 penalty on derivatives firm due to EMIR data breaches

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has fined DTCC Derivatives Repository for seven breaches of the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR).

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