Big Data, Open Banking and Futurist cyber criminals

Posted on Thursday, 03 May 2018

Some of you may still like to live by the words of the great Western philosopher, George Costanza (yes, from Seinfeld). Among his many ‘wisdoms’, he even commented on the financial services industry, saying, ‘Important things go in a case’. In other words, for everything important in life, you need to have a physical package – for George, this meant a wallet for his cash (even if it meant back pain). But fast-forward a few years and everyone except Mafioso types and those operating in the illegal drugs business are entering the world of a cashless society. Money is already virtualising, and this changes the game – for good and bad.

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In recent blogs I’ve discussed some of the disruptive changes that banking and finance have been going through over the last five years. I covered the cost of cyber criminals, and how banks need to be transformed by innovation rather than weighted down by regulation. As the banks move slowly towards change, we’ve seen financial technology companies like Lendico, TransferWise, FutureAdvisor and Tink revolutionise the ways consumers do their banking. Banking today has, thanks to digital technologies, become increasingly democratised and mobilised as the FinTech players decoupled consumers from their primary financial and banking relationship. In short, they’re enabling a more empowered future for adaptive futurephiles.

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