White Papers and Reports

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White Paper and Report

New Economist Intelligence Unit Report: Advanced Technologies Will Revolutionize Banking

Before the Coronavirus crisis, retail, corporate and private banks were already under pressure from Big Tech firms and Payment players. They needed to transform their technologies and cultures to create engaging digital experiences. With the effects of the pandemic, the need for transformation is now even greater.
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Your Growth Starts Now Ebook

It’s important that every financial institution creates a unique, achievable path to growth, based on its individual culture, technology, and customers. Download the ebook to identify which of four growth stages you are in and how to start your path forward today.
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Temenos Engage Guide Book

The Temenos Engage platform humanizes banking in the digital age, not by layering one technology on another, but by leveraging real, live human beings. The unique “human digital banking” platform “Engage,” is a mobile app that essentially puts a banker in everyone’s pocket. Combining mobile technology with specially trained associates, the Engage platform allows all customers—regardless of their account balance—to choose their own personal financial expert.
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Open Banking: A shared opportunity

Open banking which is based on data sharing, is an unlikely short-lived trend and is gaining momentum in Asia Pacific. In this white paper, a joint venture by Microsoft, Linklaters and Accenture, explores the various drivers behind open banking in Asia Pacific, as well as the challenges financial institutions and regulators will have to address to ensure all participants can reap the benefits.
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The Existential Threat to Credit Unions

A major existential threat faces credit unions today due to their inability to scale; losing their member base to virtual, internet-based, financial-technology platform companies (fintechs) offering quick, easy and consumerfriendly services via mobile third-party payment applications, albeit at onerous rates. This would be a huge loss to many emerging-market economies.