Martyn Atkinson will take up the newly created position from 4th September of this year and will join Metro Bank’s executive leadership team.
Barclays has just turned in some ugly numbers for its second quarter, but it’s the price that has to be paid to shed baggage to move towards a technology services-led future.
Everyone knows that millennials don’t want to go into bank branches, yes? No, says Wells Fargo’s Mary Mack. Here’s why.
MasterCard’s CEO offers some trenchant views on the IoT and the role of AI in making data essential.
In the first of a two part look at the digital payments market, Visa CEO Alfred Kelly paints a picture of a future built around increased security, higher e-commerce conversion and a wider partner ecosystem.
CTO Damon Roberts explains how Atom Bank is using MuleSoft at the core of its business to enable touch-free mortgage processing.
Swedish bank Nordea is on a path that many banks are following, although a move away from human interaction to machine-led decision making is still in early stages. But early result are promising.
UK insurance giant Aviva said this week that digital is its “IP” and that it was making progress in building out its “critical digital infrastructure”.
Royal Bank of Scotland has made inroads into simplification and cost reduction, but needs to up the speed of its digital transformation. CEO Ross McEwan reckons that conditions are ripe to do just that.
Lloyds Banking Group plans to spend £1 billion on digital transformation over three years. For CEO António Horta-Osório, there are already signs that this is money well-spent.