The global economy is showing positive signs of rebound in 2018. In purchasing power parity terms, it is set to grow by almost 4% in 2018, adding an extra $5 trillion to global output. Find out 5 reasons why 2018 will have the fastest global economic growth since the financial crisis. …
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Cybersecurity Phishing. Ransomware. DDoS attacks. These are terms financial services security professionals have come to know intimately—and despise. Amid threats from individual actors and organised attackers, security teams have had to step up.
As high-profile incidents of unethical behaviour rattle the financial services industry, risk management culture, ethics and trust are in the limelight. In 2017, financial institutions will be asking: can we rebuild trust in the industry?
As the UK will trigger article 50 by the end of March, Brexit starts taking shape. We’re looking at short and long-term prospects for the UK economy, as well as how businesses should gear up.
Automation has grown up. In recent years, a new class of software known as digital labour or robotic process automation (RPA) has emerged. Financial institutions are looking to these tools to automate a wide range of activities without the need for complex programming. We think 2017 could be a breakout …
Almost a decade after the global financial crisis, financial institutions still have to cut costs to contain the low growth, low margin and highly-regulated environment. Outsourcing and offshoring have helped in the past, but they’re no longer enough. Businesses must now turn to technology and digitalisation to move forward.
The rise of financial technology — FinTech, for short — is changing the way people and companies save, pay, borrow, and invest. New competitors often offer low-cost solutions that are simple to access and easy to use. In the process, they’re upending the status quo.
Businesses that are watching the trends and changes of 2017 will be able to quickly implement new tools and strategies for greater success. While some trends are in their infancy, others are mainstream. In our new series, we have a weekly look at the business trends that will help drive growth in …