Traditional banks and upstart challengers alike are pushing innovations to create the bank of the future. What might such a bank look like? https://www.gfmag.com/magazine/june-2018/bank-future JUNE 01, 2018 Author: ANITA HAWSER QIB headquarters From the creation of the first banks during the Middle Ages through the late 20th century, the greatest virtues in finance included stability, security, wealth... Continue Reading →
You can view the interview online here. Bio: Liz Lumley is a global specialist commentator on global financial technology or ‘FinTech’. She has spent over 20 years working in the financial technology space, most recently as Managing Director at Startupbootcamp FinTech London and as an editor at financial services and technology newswire, Finextra. In addition to... Continue Reading →
Banks need to see fintech as a mindset - My Nets Payments Interview With the updated Payment Services Directive (PSD2) just around the corner, and the similar UK directive by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) forcing the largest banks to open up their platforms for new entrants, change is inevitable. To embrace the opportunities... Continue Reading →
As January 2018 inches closer, financial institutions and fintech startups across Europe have PSD2 on their minds. The legislation introduced by the European Commission is set to open consumer financial data to third-party providers through APIs, creating both opportunities and hurdles in the financial ecosystem. Not only is PSD2 a major step towards Open Banking... Continue Reading →
On the panel: Liz Lumley, noted fintech commentator Alain Falys, Co-founder and CEO, Yoyo Wallet Matteo Rizzi, Co-founder, FinTechStage @matteorizzi Sam Tidswell-Norrish, Principal, Motive Partners Three years is a long time in fintech. Innovations that may have seemed outlandish not long ago, for example paying your friends via emojis on social messaging services, are now a reality.... Continue Reading →
I spoke to Liz Lumley, a pioneer in the UK financial technology field and recognised as a fintech icon worldwide, about her views on the future of fintech post-election. “The party that can protect the fintech industry is one that can negotiate a Brexit that causes the least amount of damage to the UK financial services and technology industries - I fear no party has people of that caliber in house,” Lumley said.