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BANKS AND THE SME: A CASE OF ONE SIZE FITS ALL?
| November 16, 2018
Colvill Banks are experts in candidate research and identification. Colvill Banks are a specialist provider of outsourced research solutions for Corporate, Executive Search and Recruitment Agencies across the globe.
Article | February 10, 2020
The following article looks at Big Tech and its impact on the financial services sector. Whilst competition from small fintech startups will certainly take away some market share from traditional banks, the impact of “GAFA” could be huge. The fintech movement did more than unbundle banking and its core services — it spurred financial inclusion across Asia, increased overall economic growth, and made significant inroads into the finance value chain. The born-digital companies brought technology to the forefront, attacking the traditional risk-averse sector from various points — digital payments, insurance, P2P lending, and investment management, among other avenues.
Article | March 11, 2020
The banking and financial industry is changing at a blinding pace. Advancements in mobile payments, digital currencies, blockchain and innovative lending strategies are causing a radical shift and have challenged nearly every established convention. These new financial technologies (known collectively as “fintech”) are giving rise to new jobs while also changing existing roles and completely displacing some positions in the industry.
Article | April 7, 2020
FinTech industry has 2008 crisis to thank for its tectonic rise. A number of ingredients (e.g. cheap funding, mistrust for banks, availability of ex banking talent, etc) came together that turned last recession into a platform for the launch of a wave of FinTech innovations. Since FinTech was almost born out of the last crisis, it is only natural to wonder how Corona Virus-induced crisis will reshape FinTech.
Article | March 8, 2020
There’s an ongoing debate as to whether new trends in machine learning are mere hype or are actually providing tangible business value and helping shape financial services pricing and offering strategies. A survey of about 200 global insurance professionals conducted by Earnix in 2017 showed that more than half of the respondents are using machine learning technologies in their business. At the same time, only 14% view machine learning as a core strategy that all areas of the company are encouraged to use.
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