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24 Jul 2014 09:47

Digital Wallets: High Awareness, Low Adoption

Banktech reports: Digital Wallets: High Awareness, Low Adoption While an overwhelming majority of consumers are aware of mobile wallets, few use them for everyday transactions, a new survey finds. Source: Digital Wallets: High Awareness, Low Adoption. [Source: Banktech]

24 Jul 2014 09:47

Confirmed: Facebook Messenger will eventually do payments

VentureBeat reports: Confirmed: Facebook Messenger will eventually do payments Now we have confirmation on why Facebook hired PayPal’s David Marcus: Payments and Messenger will eventually “overlap,” Zuckerberg said during today’s earnings call. When the company first announced it had hired Marcus, the former president of PayPal, the industry took it as a strong hint that Facebook  Continue Reading » [Source: VentureBeat]

24 Jul 2014 09:45

Nintendo Brings Contactless Payments To Japan

PYMNTS reports: Nintendo Brings Contactless Payments To Japan Nintendo announced this week that its Wii video game console will now be able to accept payment cards in Japan. It was reported that the update went live yesterday and lets users tap a contactless Suica fare card against the Wii U’s gamepad to access their funds. The  Continue Reading » [Source: PYMNTS]

24 Jul 2014 09:45

It’s Time for Mobile Banking to Grow Up: How to Decouple From Online

Banktech reports: It's Time for Mobile Banking to Grow Up: How to Decouple From Online The initial step towards a mobile-first strategy has to be cutting the mobile channel loose from online banking. Source: It's Time for Mobile Banking to Grow Up: How to Decouple From Online. [Source: Banktech]

23 Jul 2014 09:36

Wells Fargo’s Booking Tool Removes Branch Bete Noire: Waiting in Line

BTN reports: Wells Fargo's Booking Tool Removes Branch Bete Noire: Waiting in Line The bank’s adoption of scheduling technology underscores the fact that, while branch traffic is declining, most sales of loan, deposit or investment products are still made at the branch. It’s also further evidence that banks are using technology to engage with customers  Continue Reading » [Source: BTN]

23 Jul 2014 09:35

Taking The Pain Out of Merchant Onboarding

PYMNTS reports: Taking The Pain Out of Merchant Onboarding “If PayPal can board me in 5 minutes, why can’t my acquirer?” Automating the boarding and underwriting process has completely reinvented what used to take days (even weeks) and cost a lot of money. But does it save time at the expense of other downside risk?  Continue Reading » [Source: PYMNTS]

14 Jul 2014 11:08

Detours on the Road to Digital Banking

Banktech reports: Detours on the Road to Digital Banking Digitization is recognized as key to growth. But new research from McKinsey reveals many businesses doubt their ability to reach digital potential. How do banks shape up? Source: Detours on the Road to Digital Banking. [Source: Banktech]

14 Jul 2014 11:07

How Banks Can Overcome the Challenge of Data Overload

Banktech reports: How Banks Can Overcome the Challenge of Data Overload Banks must master the use of unstructured data if they want to seize competitive advantage, enjoy productivity gains, and improve customer service. Source: How Banks Can Overcome the Challenge of Data Overload. [Source: Banktech]

14 Jul 2014 11:02

The Mobile Payment Apps Attention Problem

PYMNTS reports: The Mobile Payment Apps Attention Problem New Nielsen research suggests consumers max out at 26 or so apps a month – which means commerce and payments apps have to be amazingly compelling to pry eyeballs from games and other software. Other than hiring George Clooney or Kate Upton as apps spokespeople, what can  Continue Reading » [Source: PYMNTS]

14 Jul 2014 11:02

Back-office legacy still holding back banks

Bankingtech reports: Back-office legacy still holding back banks Setting up a bank in the UK is costly, time-consuming, heavily regulated and not easy. As a result, the dynamic, start-up culture that drives innovation in many other sectors is less prevalent within banking and financial services. Source: Back-office legacy still holding back banks. [Source: Bankingtech]

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I have been a consultant in the Financial Services industry with 5 years of experience in Banking, Wealth Management, Fund Industry, Securities Services. I have a strong international experience having worked in France, Luxembourg and the United States. I am particularly interested in all innovations related to the financial services industry as I believe we are on the verge/at the beginning of a revolution for banks as web 2.0 innovation is starting to impact this sector.
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Written by  26 Mar 2013 12:00

Bank hacking: power to the financial services makers

With the Maker Faire movement growing over the last few years, Hardware hacking has finally been making the headlines. It is one of the root causes of the recent startup hardware trends that are also fueled by platforms such as Kickstarter. What is interesting to me is that independent, smart and techno savvy people put  Continue Reading »

Written by  31 Jul 2012 02:32

Underbanked? Not without financial services!

Who are the underbanked in the US? If we refer to Javelin Strategy latest study: “Comprising an estimated 35 million US adults (or 15% of the US population), underbanked are typically young, ethnically diverse, and more likely to use the “computer in their pocket” (i.e. their mobile phones) to conduct their banking.” But does that  Continue Reading »

Written by  20 Jun 2012 09:45

Facebook got Karma for payment & commerce

While covered in the aftermath of the Facebook IPO, I think its acquisition of Karma was slightly hidden behind NASDAQ failures, IPO pricing debate and overall blessing for CNBC’s octobox. What is Karma? Watch this video interview with Lee Linden, Karma’s Founder. On the outside it seems to be a simple and nicely designed gifting app,  Continue Reading »

Written by  04 May 2012 10:12

Accounting and Banking: design issues

I am no designer, nor a marketing specialist but as a bank customer (with different banking relationships) I can tell you I think my banking experience is pretty bad. Because I switched to a more corporate finance job, I finally realised what could be the root cause of this issue : accounting. Accounting to be  Continue Reading »