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If banks and lenders plan to keep up with – or even outperform – the competition, digital transformation of their back office systems is key.
Stability within the banking system is fundamental, as its business activity generates significant risk, which can affect the economy and its stakeholders, such as consumers, companies & governments.
Retail banking was one of the sectors most affected by Covid. Nation-wide lockdowns, sanitary measures and social distancing shook the day-to-day practice of banking to its core.
Financial inclusion – its efficacy, implication and urgency – is becoming one of our industry’s biggest talking points. And this is a good thing.
Cloud computing has long been an attractive option for banks looking to optimize costs, improve flexibility and facilitate digital expansion.
If the regulations implemented in Europe and around the world have played a role in the banking sector’s digital transformation, the health crisis has demonstrated the new uses facilitated by them.
Blockchain is back in the spotlight. After the introduction of bitcoin a decade ago, banks are now being challenged by the emergence of a new decentralized financial ecosystem.
At a time when consumers are in the spotlight, APIs enable banks to create innovative and personalized customer experiences to differentiate themselves from the competition.
How can banks adapt to change while taking into account the importance of legacy? The solution lies in the use of application programming interfaces (APIs).
In 2021, consumers expect digital services to be available wherever and whenever they need them. In terms of banking, the focus has shifted.
In an age of digitization, we have to remember engagement and interaction are the keys to creating, building and maintaining relationships with customers. Find out how in this webinar.
The financial services industry is based on trust, and security breaches and non-compliance carry penalties and high reputational costs.
Open banking is at the forefront of the industry’s evolution, as both a disruptor and a vehicle of opportunity for all participants.
A new payment scheme is aiming to create a pan-European payment solution for both euro and non-euro markets: the European Payments Initiative.
In this webinar, payments experts from Sopra Banking Software share insights on how to leverage the opportunities presented by Request-to-Pay.
The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) banking industry is evolving, and we’re seeing a surge in digital banking products and services.
In this webinar, we discuss how banks can navigate the challenges around collection management while also building trust and supporting customers.
Unsurprisingly, building a digital bank – either from scratch or from an existing infrastructure to become truly digital – is no mean feat, and there are plenty of obstacles along the way.