ARTICLES by Category: Future Of Banking

Nov 23, 2011

Who's easier to save, a banker or a dictator?

Bankers often talk about the 'trust' consumers have in banking as a defining characteristic of why customers give banks their money instead of simply keeping it under a mattress. Some… READ MORE

Nov 18, 2011

Changing your banking instinct

Without thinking consciously about it, over time core behaviors change producing different instinctive reactions. When a phone rings today, we go to our pocket or purse, not running to a… READ MORE

Nov 09, 2011

Your online marketing and website don't work...

There's generally a very poor understanding of the dynamics of the role of the website in retail financial services interactions today. There is an acceptance that 'some' customers use the… READ MORE

Oct 19, 2011

Transparency, Broken Risk and the Loss of Physicality

Recently I've been discussing with bankers, economists, strategists and futurists the future of the banking industry. At a time when we've got the likes of the "Occupation of Wall St"… READ MORE

Oct 06, 2011

Steve Jobs 1955 - 2011

Steve Jobs, Apple co-founder and former CEO, has died at the age of 56. Apple has posted this statement on its website: Apple has lost a visionary and creative genius,… READ MORE

Sep 20, 2011

The Reboot of Banking - Now the work starts

As some of you may have heard, our team formally launched the Movenbank project at SIBOS yesterday. It's an auspicious start, for a very ambitious project. The buzz at SIBOS… READ MORE

Sep 08, 2011

When a Telco becomes a better bank...

The¬†announcement that the Canadian carrier Rogers Telecom has applied for a banking license should hardly come as a shock to the retail banking fraternity. There is already a plethera of… READ MORE

Sep 02, 2011

Will the US be the last to go cashless?

Although it is a long-time off yet, we can now envisage a time when most of the developed world, and indeed most of the developing world will no longer deal… READ MORE

Aug 25, 2011

What Steve Jobs did for Banking...

As the news of Steve Jobs' resignation rocks the world today, it's almost like we're reading his obituary rather than the news that a Fortune 50 CEO has moved on.… READ MORE

Aug 22, 2011

Facebook isn't the problem, Identity is the problem

At an event in Indianapolis two weeks ago a banker in the audience ardently challenged me over the transparency of social networks and the subsequent risk of identity theft. There… READ MORE

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