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Barclaycard show some creativity

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I've been waiting so long to find something in UK banking to blog about in a Web 2.0 world that I thought it would never come … Compare the Meerkat is about it so far. But I'll put the Barclaycard Waterslide Competition on YouTube up there as well now. The …

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Creating a bank that rocks

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Late last year, I blogged about Vernon Hill's Commerce Bank, Arkadi Kuhlman's ING Direct and creating a bank that rocks. Well I know a bank that rocks. Jyske Bank. Who? Jyske Bank in Denmark. They are the third largest Danish bank with 120 branches and 4,000 employees. Jyske are an …

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Robobank: no human hands needed

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The final day in Hong Kong focused upon innovations and several speakers provided a rich overview of innovation across the region, mainly n Japan and China. I’ll blog about some of these for the rest of the week, as I was particularly impressed with a few areas of leading-edge technology …

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Robobank: no human hands needed

EBank1

The final day in Hong Kong focused upon innovations and several speakers provided a rich overview of innovation across the region, mainly n Japan and China. I’ll blog about some of these for the rest of the week, as I was particularly impressed with a few areas of leading-edge technology …

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Robobank: no human hands needed

EBank1

The final day in Hong Kong focused upon innovations and several speakers provided a rich overview of innovation across the region, mainly n Japan and China. I’ll blog about some of these for the rest of the week, as I was particularly impressed with a few areas of leading-edge technology …

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Mobile payments in China

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Researchers estimate that there were only 83.5 million online payment users in China in 2006, due to the lack of access to payment cards. Admittedly, Tencent with the QQ coin has enabled more payments outside the banking system, but the lack of access to e-payments has been an inhibitor to …

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