07 May 2020
Issue #202 of the Fintech Analyst Report looks at how financial institutions can prepare for the new normal, how they can ensure agile working models and continue with digital transformation projects with tighter IT budgets.
As coronavirus policies hit businesses, working capital management is in the spotlight. Expectations for the adoption of digital solutions have greatly increased.
McKinsey: Reshaping workforce norms after COVID-19
Post-COVID, financial institutions need a working model that links workforce-management processes to broader operational decision making. It is also an important moment to reinforce culture.
The digitalisation of commerce continues to drive customer demand for new payment solutions. PSD2 has allowed PSPs to offer open payments to end users as an alternative to legacy payment methods.
Post social distancing, many financial institutions will have to rethink IT budgets. Embracing data, data platforms and the marketplace business will be key to adapting to the new normal.
This spending guide presents a comprehensive view of the blockchain ecosystem and is an invaluable resource to help vendors define and standardise their approach for this expanding and dynamic market.
Italian consumers face severe financial challenges. Banking executives will need to consider which tools and services they should develop to help improve their customers’ financial well-being.
This report focuses on the effect of coronavirus on the cards and payments industry. A decline in consumer spending, particularly in travel and hospitality will be particularly impactful.
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