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How Nedbank is preparing for the digital fast lane
Date: Aug 24, 2017   |   Author: Chris Kapfer | Interviews
Ciko Thomas, who runs retail banking at Nedbank, talks about how the move towards digital, combined with prudent asset growth and strong cost management, can yield long terms sustainable results in profitability and customer service
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Australian banks show indifference towards AML/CTF rules
Date: Aug 24, 2017   |   Author: Chris Douglas | Opinion
Many Australian banks have shown disinterest towards anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism laws, compounded by the Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre’s initiative towards lack of compliance.
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The benefits and risks of shopping for robos
Date: Aug 22, 2017   |   Author: Tanya Angerer | Opinion
Robo-advisors claim to bring the world of wealth management to the masses – investment opportunities that were once only enjoyed exclusively by the wealthy. But with many robos advertising low fees, low barriers of entry, and a more personalised investment experience, they can be hard to differentiate.
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Fintech gives Hong Kong banks a head start in race to innovate retail banking
Date: Aug 19, 2017   |   Author: Shenming Wang | Research Note
Retail banks in Hong Kong are capitalising on fintech to innovate their product palate and to reach out to new customers through dedicated digital channels.
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ICOs – From “bubble” to the future of fundraising?
Date: Aug 17, 2017   |   Author: Neeti Aggarwal | News Analysis
Spurt in initial coin offerings over the last two years, with start-ups raising millions in minutes, have raised excitement and regulatory attention amidst fear of “bubble” and potential losses. This crowdfunding mechanism is still evolving towards more maturity, transparency and stronger market players.