Jesse McWaters, financial innovation lead for the World Economic Forum, on the state of financial services and technology.
The banking world is not fun. It’s complicated and boring, built on numbers and math — topics that typically turn off most consumers.
With “disrupt,” “adapt” or “agility” appearing almost 400 times in the latest annual reports of the 20 largest global banks, it’s
It’s around this time of year when I start to think about “It’s a Wonderful Life” It might be an odd leap into digital disruption,
An actionable, disruptive technology approach to injecting innovation into daily business processes is what seems to be missing in
A programmer messing around in the code of the digital currency wallet provider Parity Technologies killed a smart contract and
Tweeting bankers may feel counterintuitive — it’s a short space for content in a profession known for verbosity. But it’s true —
What looked like a technological innovation for a very narrow group of users in 2014 — tech-enthused young men with a passion for hyper-realistic gaming — has, as of 2017, turned out to be an experience that is relevant to a much larger and more general group: consumers.
Salesforce is launching a new edition of its Financial Services Cloud that targets the retail banking segment. The Financial Services Cloud initially was aimed at large firms looking to land more assets and improve productivity by eliminating the need to toggle between systems. The platform also claimed to help firms focus on the most profitable clients.
Social media and other digital platforms have made it easy for banks, credit unions and card issuers to present financial expertise as a resource for consumers. These financial education efforts not only benefit consumers, but they also make strategic marketing sense.