22 September 2020
Issue #218 of the Fintech Analyst report look at how banks are changing technology strategies as they look to a return to ‘normal’. We also look at how investors view risk and liquidity, how Nubank is bucking the neobank trend and why FIs and regulators need to mitigate a ‘data crisis’. We also consider the future of industry ecosystems, Société Générale’s digital progress and the wealth management opportunity in Australia.
The initial shock of COVID has passed, and financial institutions must now consider their technology priorities for 2020 and 2021. Celent investigates these issues with senior bankers.
Greenwich: The fixed-income toolbox
Based on interviews of 117 institutional investors prior to COVID-19, Greenwich experts examined how institutional investors viewed risk and liquidity of portfolios and the need to recalibrate today.
While European neobanks’s losses mount, Nubank has 26 million customers, nearly double the number it had a year ago, and transaction volumes rose 54% in the first six months of the year.
Data loss is growing as the industry moves infrastructure into the cloud. Regulators and firms are urged to collaborate with tech firms on RegTech standards to tackle the cloud and data crises.
Industry ecosystems are critical for success in a digitally transformed disrupted market with complex supply chains, products and digital experiences.
With Société Générale aiming to have 80% of its servers on the cloud and 30% of its databases open source in 2020, what tech initiatives will assist in realising the firm’s goals?
Financial assets account for a third of total Australian household wealth. Advisers must account for the other two-thirds, unlocking lucrative prospects for those who embrace holistic financial wellness.
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