SWIFT pursues academic research on financial topics through the SWIFT Institute.
Digital firms like Google and Apple could be a threat to banks' important revenue stream from payments.
The new Apple Pay service will force Android OEMs to reevaluate the use of the NFC secure element, and become carrier independent.
The legal entity identifier is moving ahead with 300,00 registered entities.
Banks can modernize their services without replacing legacy back-office systems with an enterprise service bus.
The disruptive change is not coming from Apple or Google. It's not coming from outside the banking industry. It's coming from the inside.
Financial firms are relying on their COOs to take the lead in regulatory compliance and market structure shifts.
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Banks are evaluating SaaS for almost all new IT projects, a new survey from SAP and the analyst firm Ovum has found.