Blockchain poses a threat to your confidentiality
Implementing distributed ledger technology could trigger new security and confidentiality issues, as well as broader financial market risks
The brightest minds in financial technology will be descending on Finovate Europe next week. It’s the perfect place to network for start-ups and established players alike
Alec Ross on the weaponisation of code
Cybercrime is one of the most pressing issues of today. How will businesses respond?
Computer-based testing revives conservative finance
The financial services industry is finally adopting computer-based testing for its exams
Blackberry is alive, but where does it go from here?
Blackberry – once the must have device in business, but now its almost become a dinosaur in the modern-touch screen landscape. How did this happen?
Cybercrime attacks to continue despite raised awareness
It’s said to be one of the main threats to business in the coming year – so how should you approach cybercrime in 2016?
What does collaborative consumption mean for business?
There’s been an explosion of collaborative consumption in recent years – with products such as cars and apartments being offered to multiple consumers over the web
How much do we really comprehend the impact of fintech?
World Finance asked Amaury de la Lance CEO of Aston ITrade Finance if FinTech is leaving us more exposed to different lending standards
The Owners’ Club: Saudi Arabia’s thriving luxury car market
Sheikh Ghassan Al Sulaiman from Al Ghassan Motors discusses Saudi Arabia’s $20bn per year luxury car market
Dell agrees to record breaking deal with EMC
Both Dell and EMC have agreed to the conditions of what could prove the biggest tech merger in history
Under surveillance in Russia: is ecommerce as open as it could be?
With the internet becoming more and more important for global commerce, should Russia reconsider how open the internet is?
Digital transactions give banks better customer engagement
How has digital transformed the landscape? Fiona Vickers, Co-Global Digital Practice Leader for Korn Ferry explains what this means for customers and for managers
Telecoms is experiencing something of a facelift
Innovation and consolidation are changing the global telecoms market. Within a few years, it could look even more different
Regulators get heavy in telecoms deals
TeliaSonera and Telenor have abandoned their planned merger in Denmark because of stiff opposition from European regulators, sparking concerns that larger telecom merger opportunities across the EU will be impacted
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