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Why innovation is so difficult in banks

I said yesterday that the other topic that keeps coming up is innovation. Innovation is something that comes and goes in banking like Chief Executives and Heads of Risk … as in it appears and disappears pretty often. During the build up to the financial crisis, innovation was everywhere. Then …

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Why innovation is so difficult in banks

I said yesterday that the other topic that keeps coming up is innovation. Innovation is something that comes and goes in banking like Chief Executives and Heads of Risk … as in it appears and disappears pretty often. During the build up to the financial crisis, innovation was everywhere. Then …

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New Media versus The Law

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I’ve written about the end of privacy before, but now the big news in the UK is that privacy is a joke. There is no such thing. For example, we had a court of law here that could implement superinjunctions to stop the media leaking information about people’s private lives. …

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Stéphane Garelli on the future economic outlook

I recently attended a conference where I interviewed lots of the keynote speakers for a vidvertisement … or whatever you call it. Anyways, the interviews are timely, relevant and pertinent to the readers of the blog, so I’m reposting a select few here. The first is Stéphane Garelli.  If you …

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The Mobile Revolution

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Mobile featured heavily throughout the International Payments Summit and it is clear that mobile is not only important; it is imperative. This was made loud and clear by a comment from Daniel Marovitz of Deutsche Bank that it used to be that online and offline worlds were separate because, to …

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Future visions in video

As anyone who tracks this blog knows, I love all things futuristic.  Via Rob Findlay I discovered this video yesterday from Corning Glass … … apart from being the perfect family in the perfect house with the perfect lifestyle, I thought it was pretty good. As is this one, demonstrating …

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Banking on Angry Birds

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Ever since I got my iPhone, I’ve been hopelessly devoted to Angry Birds, along with about 75 million other people. 75 million! That’s 75 million playing a game on their smartphone. That’s more than the whole population of Britain all playing Angry Birds. Wow! How did that happen and what’s …

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Banking in 2020

Health

I’ve been asked recently to think about banking in 2020. That’s ten years away and, if we cast our memories back ten years, it’s quite a leap. Ten years ago, we had lots of themes bubbling away including customer-centricity, technological leapfrogs through internet banking, increasing pressures on branches and branch …

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