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Why the cost-of-living crisis is making young adults put their lives...
Up to three quarters of young adults – 76% - plan to put life events ‘on hold’ due to the cost-of-living crisis, a survey by Starling Bank has found.
SAS: Pandemic has sped-up banking digitalisation by five years
Research by analytics leader SAS has found that the vast majority of banks underwent a rapid digital adoption process during the pandemic.
Confidence in banks and bank branches remains high in the UK
A recent bi-annual study by Toluna has found that a majority of UK consumers still have strong confidence in banks and see bank branches as playing an important role.
Majority of asset managers support tech, data investment to aid Covid-19...
A survey by Temenos has found investment in technology and data infrastructure are the most vital priorities for asset managers as they look to deliver a post-pandemic recovery.
Research anticipates quantum computing boom in financial services by 2026
A report has found that sales of quantum computers and related services to the financial services industry will total $450m by 2026.
Study finds majority of SMEs want human-digital hybrid banking approach
A study by Cynergy Bank has found up to 78% of SMEs want the digital transformation of banking to be balanced with a human constituent to offer a hybrid approach.
Report finds branch-based banking may become obsolete within five years
A report published by Temenos has found that 65% of global banking executives believe branch-based banking will be ‘dead’ within a five-year period.
EBA finalises EEA bank supervisory reporting cost study
The European Banking Authority (EBA) has completed its study of the cost of compliance of European Economic Area (EEA) banks with the supervisory reporting requirements.
ESG a growing factor for decision making in insurance, AM Best...
A recent survey by AM Best has found that six in ten US insurance companies agree demand from stakeholders to consider ESG factors in their decision making is growing.
Account takeover fraud surges as consumers prepare for the holidays
The number of account takeover (ATO) fraud attacks have soared by 282% over the past year, according to new research from Sift.
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