The August 26th joint statement from U.S. regulators does nothing to alleviate the significant effect CECL will have on the earnings, balance sheets and behaviors of lenders seeking to also confront an unprecedented credit crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Paul Thomalla, Global Head of Payments, Finastra, talks about how small-to-medium-sized banks have had to work hard to adapt to a rapidly changing payments landscape
The rapid development of new technologies in financial services is vastly increasing the pace of change, prompting financial institutions to evolve with the times, or risk being left behind. This is especially true in the area of services and suppliers to financial institutions.
Among its many benefits, cloud has the power to increase flexibility, agility and security. The move to cloud is inevitable, with 40% of firms in our study planning to increase their use of platform-based solutions over the next 3-5 years.
As technology shapes the financial landscape, so too do the ever-changing relationships between IT suppliers and banks. We commissioned a series of reports from Greenwich Associates to understand how financial institutions view their relationships with their IT suppliers and what is important for them when it comes to collaborative partnerships.
Traditionally, the relationship between IT vendors and their customers has been largely, transactional. However, as more and more banks look to move toward the cloud and others make the leap to managed services, we’re seeing financial institutions seeking closer involvement in their transformational IT projects.
When the technology advancements you need become too much of a chore, you can turn to digital banking as a gateway to transformation.
Today, every retail and commercial bank has digitalization as a priority.
With a large digitally savvy population which sees over 50.4% mobile banking penetration and an extremely competitive e-wallet landscape of over 40 licensed operators, what opportunities and gaps exist within Malaysia?
How Open Banking and APIs are transforming the landscape of banking services in Asia.
Will digibanks change Singapore’s Banking as we know it? how digibanks have affected the Singaporean banking landscape.
Changes in regulation, customer expectations, and technology have set many financial institutions on a journey of digital transformation in recent years.
Do letters of credit have a future post COVID-19? We examine the role and importance of the documentary landscape for trade finance and what it means to leverage the latest technology within the trade ecosystem.
Corporate banking in APAC has tremendous opportunities to drive revenue growth and profitability by meeting corporate treasurers' evolving needs. We look at three strategic pillars for banks to consider; being a platform player, a product provider and a relationship builder.
While the drivers of the LIBOR transition are well known, less clearly understood are the issues caused by the changes in interest calculation when using risk-free rates (RFRs).
This paper explores the complications and how they can be addressed through use of an index.
This Forrester Wave report discusses how banks need to improve their customer experience and innovate their products and services. Find out how Finastra’s end-to-end core banking solution, Fusion Essence, obtained the highest score for strategy.