How your finance and technology leaders can take the lead in growing your business

October 7, 2019

No CEO or business owner has ever been satisfied with the status quo. From scrappy startup to worldwide enterprise, these company leaders come to work every day with one thing on their mind: growth. In fact, according to a recent Gartner study,1 growth is the top priority for CEOs. Growth isn’t so much a goal as it is an assumption; the only question is how to achieve it.

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How to think strategically about digital transformation and data privacy in financial services.

whitePaper | February 1, 2020

Traditional financial services firms around the globe — banks, insurers and asset managers — need to embrace both digital transformation and data privacy simultaneously to thrive in the coming decade. These two objectives are deeply intertwined because the success of digital transformation programs is highly dependent on an organization’s ability to engage with personal data, including data privacy compliance and ethics issues.

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Fintech on Alibaba Cloud

whitePaper | May 17, 2021

The FinTech industry has undergone a period of rapid growth, thanks to advancing digitization and the integration of smart devices into our day-to-day lives. As a result, a range of innovative e-lending and e-payment solutions now exist, helping customers around the world gain access to these financial services. This is especially true in emerging markets, where traditional financial services companies are not growing quickly enough or providing the level of ubiquitous that FinTech companies can seamlessly provide, thanks to their impressive accessibility. Learn how the Alibaba Cloud FinTech on the Cloud solution can boost end user satisfaction and expedites their time-to-market.

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Re-wiring financial services operations for a bold future

whitePaper | May 5, 2022

Massive changes has been underway for some time across the Industry .fintechs disrupted tradition introducing consumer to new ways to get the service they need.

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How Digitization is Driving Bank M&A and Improving Performance

whitePaper | October 21, 2021

During the pandemic banks had to experiment and take risks that under normal circumstances they would never have considered in order to keep operations up and running, such as rapidly deploying a range of digital tools. To the surprise of many, employees and customers enthusiastically embraced these digital offerings, accelerating technology maturity and adoption by several years. Banks suddenly had hard evidence that digitizing operations could bring enormous efficiency and scale advantages while actually serving customers with greater personalization. These insights, in addition to capitalization changes, are contributing to a new wave of M&A activity in the U.S. as banks look to scale up quickly as the economy emerges from the pandemic. There were more than 50 deals in the first four months of 2021 with a total value of almost $25 billion, up from $6.5 billion in the same period in 2020, according to an S&P Global report.

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TRADE AND STOCK-FINANCE

whitePaper | November 5, 2019

Trade finance in its simplest form is when an exporter requires an importer to prepay for goods shipped. This gives the importer two main challenges. The first is that prepaying for goods from places such as China or India, for example, will seriously impact the company’s cash flow due to the long shipping times involved. The second challenge is how does the importer reduce the risks of paying for goods in advance? These two challenges are mainly resolved by the importer’s bank or independent trade finance provider providing a letter of credit to the exporter, or the exporter’s bank, guaranteeing payment upon presentation of certain documents. These documents may include a bill of lading.

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Video Banking: The Next Generation

whitePaper | October 21, 2021

Some might say Video Banking is already a "next-generation" technology, and in many ways it is. But even though using video to provide face-to-face communication with remote experts is a welcome addition to online banking, most deployments to date add little more than a trust element. We can still find much room to further improve the customer experience as it relates to video and digital banking, as we will demonstrate in this paper. Video Banking is a remote one-way or two-way connection between you and a bank representative working in a call center, branch office, or from home. There are several use cases for Video Banking, depending upon your location and need. A common Video Banking model is the Personal Teller Machine (PTM),calso called a Video Teller Machine (VTM). A PTM functions like ancautomated teller machine (ATM) outfitted with a built-in monitor, camera, microphone, and speakers to facilitate video interactions. That allows a connection with a remote banker to answer questions about transactions when you need help. PTMs often have the convenience of 24-hour service with remote bankers on a shift-based roster to cover the customer load.

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