CORE BANKING, FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

INDUSTRIAL LOAN COMPANIES: CLOSING THE LOOPHOLE TO AVERT CONSUMER AND SYSTEMIC HARM

April 30, 2022

INDUSTRIAL LOAN COMPANIES: CLOSING THE LOOPHOLE
ICBA urges Congress to pass an amendment to the Bank Holding Company Act of 1956 to permanently close the ILC loophole, just as Congress has closed past banking loopholes that threatened to undermine consolidated supervision and the separation of banking and commerce.

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Matchmaker, Make Me a Match Best practices in bank-fintech partnerships

whitePaper | April 18, 2022

Fintechs are maturing and are reshaping the competitive landscape for traditional banks. Partnerships between banks and fintechs can be mutually beneficial and have become increasingly common. Nevertheless, some banks have baulked at this idea, deterred by cultural and technological obstacles that can make partnerships difficult to execute. This is short-sighted. Partnering with fintechs can help banks meet their operational objectives, enhance products and improve customer experience. To maximize the chances of success in these partnerships, banks should pursue certain best practices.

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Innovating through platforms and ecosystems

whitePaper | May 7, 2022

Many traditional financial services products are being commoditised. They are becoming irrelevant in the lives of customers. They are seen as table stakes. What customers really care about is value, convenience, and security. And what they want is a financial services ecosystem uniquely tailored to their specific needs. I am not particularly prone to making predictions. But – of this – I am fairly certain: in the next 15 years, all of the most successful financial services organisations will be platform players. The leaders will be defined by the ecosystems that gravitate around them. They will be measured by the incremental value they deliver their customers. And they will grow based on their ability to meet their customers’ needs.

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INTERCONNECTEDNESS REVISITED

whitePaper | May 24, 2022

DTCC’s 2015 white paper, Understanding Interconnectedness Risks, underscored the importance of looking at the global financial system as a complex network of interdependent components. Building on efforts by academics and researchers to apply network theory and other insights to financial risk management, the paper highlighted how the failure of a large and highly interconnected entity can impact the financial system and the real economy to the point where it can cause worldwide financial instability.

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Building Business Agility How finance and IT leaders can guide decisions amidst evolving market conditions

whitePaper | May 24, 2022

Organizations experience pressures to finance growth strategies and improve their companies’ bottom lines while labor costs rise and global inflation soars. The cost of doing business is pinching profit margins across all industries. At the same time, changing customer behaviors and expectations force new business models to emerge.

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Digital Bank A Proposal for Licensing & RegulatoryRegime for India

whitePaper | November 30, 2021

In writing this Discussion Paper, “A Proposal for Digital Banks in India: Licensing & Regulatory Regime”, we are pleased to have collaborated with Black Dot Public Policy Advisors as the knowledge partner. Mr Mandar Kagade, Founder Principal at Black Dot made valuable contributions in developing this Discussion Paper. Ms Shehnaz Ahmed of the Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy acted as external expert reviewer of the Discussion Paper and offered detailed comments and inputs. We acknowledge her valuable contribution. We are also grateful for the support and inputs from the Department of Financial Services, Ministry of Finance, representatives of public sector banks including the State Bank of India, and Sabyasachi Upadhyay, Associate, NITI Aayog. Useful insights were also obtained from the deliberations in the conference, “Neo-banking for Business: The Future of Digital Banking”, especially Mr Sopnendu Mohanty, Chief Fintech Officer, Monetary Authority of Singapore. They are gratefully acknowledged. Last but not the least, the inputs offered by the fintech sector stakeholders who were approached for inputs in the course of drafting this Discussion Paper is acknowledged. NITI Aayog would endeavour to continue with the stakeholder consultation in evolving policy dialogue.

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Restructure Your Bank for the Digital Age Using APIs and Microservices

whitePaper | July 27, 2022

It’s time for financial services providers to stop firefighting external challenges and technology developments and start taking control of their own destiny. That doesn’t mean taking on the full burden of core banking transformation as an individual enterprise, assuming it as a competition point – but instead working together with the wider industry to build a standardized model. From there, financial enterprises will be empowered to compete in the areas that matter – namely, the service and products they offer to customers.

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