With the corporate banking and payments landscapes changing rapidly, banks need to be able to upgrade systems more efficiently if they are to respond and compete. Our experts examine the market drivers and the route forward.
The ASEAN financial services industry is seeing a new wave of core payment modernization projects reaching critical mass in 2021.
Digitization and automation through open APIs is the key to stimulating local and worldwide economic activity while also modernizing and protecting the FI.
Design a path to growth in treasury and capital markets.
Technology and customer expectations have come together to create an unstoppable momentum towards open APIs.
Innovation is rarely a one-person job. Connect to an ecosystem delivering the latest developments in payments.
Christopher Papathanassi, Global Solution Lead – Lending, Finastra speaks about Finastra's latest corporate banking research with a focus on lending.
The shift to becoming a platform player is being driven by corporate clients’ priorities changing. Is the number one priority in 2025 still account and relationship management?
Meet expectations and mobilize your mortgage lending experience through open APIs.
Open APIs will help any mortgage lender experience the benefits and power of a fully integrated approach to lending.
As consumers now turn increasingly toward digital banking channels, credit unions and banks will need to transform the core banking system from a mere system of record to the source that drives customer and member engagement.
Cloud enables banks to be nimble and accelerates their evolution.
Cloud technology is on the rise in the world of banking and finance.
Personalized communication is not the future of digital banking, it’s the expectation of today.
At our first regional CXO event Keith Gray, The Clearing House and Matt Ribbens, First Citizens Bank came together to discuss what the current perceptions were of real-time payments and what the opportunities and challenges were for banks looking to start their journey to real-time.
Our latest lending research explores how banks are transitioning from traditional relationship management to a world of lending, on demand.