Personalization is a major imperative in the financial services industry today with new and existing providers alike scrabbling to establish the compelling customer-centric banking model of the future. But what does personalization really mean? And, most importantly, what are customers looking for in a personalized banking experience?
Changes in the financial services industry are coming fast and furious. Open banking, blockchain, omnichannel banking, the digital workplace, and artificial intelligence are just a few of the recent aspects of digital transformation that financial institutions are working hard to incorporate into their daily operations. What else is coming down the pike can only be guessed at.
Customer trust is critical in the financial services industry; the loss of trust can dramatically impact business. To sustain trust, banks and financial services institutions have to protect themselves and their customers’ information against persistent and increasingly sophisticated threats. Learn how you can take action today.Customer trust is critical in the financial services industry; the loss of trust can dramatically impact business. To sustain trust, banks and financial services institutions have to protect themselves and their customers’ information against persistent and increasingly sophisticated threats. Learn how you can take action today.
Technological innovations have transformed people's expectations of the customer experience. With just a few taps on the Uber mobile app, consumers can have a taxi collect them from wherever they are, watch it on the app head towards them and pay without needing cash.
As headline partners, Unisys will be joining senior banking industry executives and thought leaders at the British Banking Associations’ flagship International Banking Conference. Register and talk to us about the issues shaping the industry over the coming years.
With the EU Mortgage Credit Directive (MCD) having come into force recently, the financial services sector has reached the end of a period of regulatory change that began with the Mortgage Market Review and the fallout from the 2008 recession.
Law enforcement, security, financial services and intelligence agencies face continual challenges while handling several forms of intelligence, multiple lines of inquiry and linking different pieces of related information. Read about the challenges of handling the massive amounts of data and linking them all together to prevent, solve, respond and react to crimes and disasters.