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What is innovation in banking?

Cisco

I spent all day yesterday with a group of bankers in Portugal. Why? Well, it is the annual Infosys customer conference and they were kind enough to invite me over to give a keynote, which I will post here shortly. It was also run under Chatham House rules … so …

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What is innovation in payments?

I was asked to write about innovation in payments last week, and so here’s the first of three parts. The first part will focus upon retail payments innovation; the second, corporate payments; and the third, trade settlement. A weekly non-exhaustive update so to speak. First, what is innovation? Let’s define …

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Where will innovation come from?

McKinsey publish regular articles and research that stimulates the little grey cells.  For example, this week they ask the question: "will Asia become the center for innovation in the 21st century?" This is a timely discussion, as it fits with the work I'll be delivering at SIBOS this year, bearing …

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Where will innovation come from?

McKinsey publish regular articles and research that stimulates the little grey cells.  For example, this week they ask the question: "will Asia become the center for innovation in the 21st century?" This is a timely discussion, as it fits with the work I'll be delivering at SIBOS this year, bearing …

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Where will innovation come from?

McKinsey publish regular articles and research that stimulates the little grey cells.  For example, this week they ask the question: "will Asia become the center for innovation in the 21st century?" This is a timely discussion, as it fits with the work I'll be delivering at SIBOS this year, bearing …

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Where will innovation come from?

McKinsey publish regular articles and research that stimulates the little grey cells.  For example, this week they ask the question: "will Asia become the center for innovation in the 21st century?" This is a timely discussion, as it fits with the work I'll be delivering at SIBOS this year, bearing …

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Why is it that innovations are created by non-banks?

At SIBOS 2004 in Atlanta, Heidi Miller of JPMorgan delivered a keynote address that is still discussed to this day. This is because she asked four critical questions of us: Why do we make things so complicated for our clients? How can we help our customers become more efficient and productive, when …

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Why is it that innovations are created by non-banks?

At SIBOS 2004 in Atlanta, Heidi Miller of JPMorgan delivered a keynote address that is still discussed to this day. This is because she asked four critical questions of us: Why do we make things so complicated for our clients? How can we help our customers become more efficient and productive, when …

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Why is it that innovations are created by non-banks?

At SIBOS 2004 in Atlanta, Heidi Miller of JPMorgan delivered a keynote address that is still discussed to this day. This is because she asked four critical questions of us: Why do we make things so complicated for our clients? How can we help our customers become more efficient and productive, when …

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Bank innovation is an oxymoron

    I’ve often said that the phrase ‘Bank Innovation‘ is an oxymoron, a bit like military intelligence and honest politicians. This is because innovation means taking risks and banks don’t take risks, although I qualify these statements to say that they apply primarily to retail banks as the innovation …

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Bank innovation is an oxymoron

    I’ve often said that the phrase ‘Bank Innovation‘ is an oxymoron, a bit like military intelligence and honest politicians. This is because innovation means taking risks and banks don’t take risks, although I qualify these statements to say that they apply primarily to retail banks as the innovation …

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