Central bank digital currencies — the end of paper and coins?
Central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) will affect payment systems and have ramifications for identity, privacy and even how we think about money.
Open banking — lessons, challenges and paths forward for new banking services
The current reality of open banking involves creating regulatory and technology frameworks that balance the opportunities with the risks.
Digital account opening — streamlining account creation and customer acquisition processes
Why is the digital account opening process so problematic for so many banks, with only eight percent of account openings being completed on mobile devices?
Quick and safe onboarding improves the customer experience in banking
When it comes to optimizing customer experience in banking, challengers and incumbents are both converging on the same target — a perfect combination of trust and convenience.
Know Your Client: Should Lawyers Be Regulated Like Financial Institutions?
This post will take a look at myriad legislative attempts made to bring formation agents, specifically lawyers, under the purview of the BSA. Had the attempts been successful, lawyers, as formation agents, would have been regulated on a par with financial institutions, subject to the full weight of attendant Anti-Money Laundering (AML) requirements.
Digital Wallet Usage on the Rise?
Digital wallets may be the norm in the near future, so financial services companies are doing what they can now to start encouraging use.
MiFID II: What Is It And How Will It Affect Your Business?
MiFID II is a set of regulations that will change how investment firms do business in Europe. Learn more what MiFID II is and the impact that it will have.