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Ping Identity reveals IPO for the New York Stock Exchange

Ping Identity, an IT security and identity authentication platform, has revealed the initial public offering of its common stock on the New York Stock Exchange under the name PING. The company will issue 12.5 million shares at a price expected to be between $14 and $16 per share. Ping Identity anticipates it will grant the…
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16th September 2019 0

The Bank of the Future: What Will It Be?

The bank of the future will essentially be a “data company that is inclusive and leverages technology and ecosystem partnerships to deliver value for the customer’s financial and non-financial digital ecosystem in a seamless manner.” The banking organization of the future will be a value aggregator, advice provider, and access facilitator – all in one.…
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29th August 2019 0

The one job in banking the robots can’t take

Regulators, frustrated with the slow speed of change, have encouraged banks to deploy more technology. Picture: Shutterstock When HSBC thwarted a $500 million central-bank heist, sophisticated computer software didn’t raise the alarm. The funds flowed undetected from Angola’s reserves to a dormant company’s account in London. It was a teller at a suburban bank branch…
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28th August 2019 0

Visa releases new security tools to combat payment fraud

Visa has released a suite of security capabilities which will help prevent and disrupt payment fraud. The new payment security services protect the integrity of the payments ecosystem by detecting and disrupting fraud threats targeting financial institutions and merchants. Its services are available to Visa clients at no extra cost or signup. A study commission…
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23rd August 2019 0

What is strong customer authentication and why should you care?

The EU is enforcing new rules for online payments on September 14. For creative RegTech and FinTech businesses, the new legislation could present massive opportunities. Things are about to change in a big way for financial services companies. On September 14, 2019, the EU’s Revised Payment Service Directive (PSD2) will be fully implemented. Parts of…
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16th August 2019 0

The ethical use of data for training machine learning technology

Adoption of AI technology is accelerating at a rapid rate. Gartner has forecast that by 2020, AI will be a top-five investment priority for more than 30 % of CIOs. A McKinsey study estimates that tech companies are spending somewhere between $20bn and $30bn on AI, mostly in research and development. While the social utility…
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31st July 2019 0

ACI Worldwide announces new RegTech tools to comply with upcoming strong customer authentication rules

Florida-based ACI Worldwide is releasing a new suite of tools to ensure businesses are prepared for the final parts of the EU’s Revised Payment Service Directive (PSD2) snapping into action in September. The new rules will introduce regulations regarding strong customer authentication, or SCA. This means customers will have added protection when paying online. When…
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30th July 2019 0

Why is RegTech investment around the world growing?

Investment in RegTech companies has reached record levels in the first six months of 2019. The question is why that is and if the growth will continue. The RegTech sector is booming. The industry has just experienced a record-breaking first six months of the year with $3.7bn having already been injected into the industry. That’s…
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29th July 2019 0

How Wealth Managers Are Using Technology To Understand Their Clients Better

The dynamic playing out across the banking landscape—from retail to private wealth management—is one where technology-driven offerings and platforms increasingly define the brand and the personal relationships underlying the business. Services have been changing since the arrival of digital platforms and the deployment of technologies like artificial intelligence. Now it’s vital for wealth managers to…
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25th July 2019 0

European Central Bank Exec: Libra Won’t Launch Until Regulators Are Satisfied

Benoit Coeure, a board member of the European Central Bank, said that Facebook’s Libra coin will not launch until global regulators are satisfied. Speaking to Reuters at the G7 summit in Chantilly, France on July 18, Coeure said that the proposed stablecoin must be guaranteed to be safe for users before it can launch: “You’ve got…
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24th July 2019 0