20 décembre 2017

Artificial intelligence will upset the bank's business

Advisers assisted by robots, improved HRD thanks to software ... a study lists the changes underway in the banking sector. Will the HR departments of the banks soon become "HRMD", "Human Resources and Machinery Departments"? The idea, a bit scary, is among the recommendations of a report from the firm Athling, "Artificial intelligence in the bank: employment and skills," which will be released on December 7. This study, commissioned and managed by the Observatory of the Bank's trades, the statistical and prospective collection body... [Lire la suite]
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03 mai 2017

Digital Transformation - First a money story for the bank?

Blockchain, artificial intelligence, security, partnership with FinTechs ... The banks are working on their digital transformation. However, the risk of uberization does not seem to be the sting of these great maneuvers. Testimony of HSBC France. "Energize the company without dynamiting the existing". . HSBC France confirms this at first sight. Its increased orientation towards customers is thus "in support and in agreement with these FinTechs". The bank works with a French aggregator of bank... [Lire la suite]
18 avril 2017

Bank and automation: "even the masters of the world are threatened"

Future of IT: Investment bank Goldman Sachs will appoint its CIO as Deputy CFO. Incongruity? No, a simple consequence of the computerization of the bank's trades. With automation, many jobs are being trapped. Computer automation is progressing at Goldman Sachs, and "even the masters of the universe are under threat" assures the MIT website. The article discusses the introduction of software that changes the way finance and its most powerful players work. Above all, it seems that this transformation totally reorganizes the ecosystem:... [Lire la suite]
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12 mai 2016

Becoming a Digital Bank

Chief technology officer Mike Murphy discusses Standard Bank’s shift to agile software development and how it has helped improve service delivery and internal processes. Several years ago, Standard Bank, one of South Africa’s largest and oldest financial-services groups, found itself facing significant challenges from digital competitors. These banks were operating at a much lower cost while still offering customers innovative products and engaging experiences. “We felt like we were investing in all the right technologies, but we... [Lire la suite]