Empowering Finance with the Agricultural Bank of China


China’s ‘Big Four’ banks include the Industrial & Commercial Bank of China, the China Construction Bank, the Bank of China and the Agricultural Bank of China. Together they have a reported combined asset value of $1...

Customers, Regulation and China with Standard Chartered


Standard Chartered or StanChart is not a bank that is shy about its aspirations when it comes to China. Many of the speakers at this year’s Sibos have talked about China as well. CBDCs, digital transformation and the ge...

View from the Top with Kenneth Harvey, Chairman of CLS at Sibos 2021


CLS Group are the trusted party at the centre of the global FX ecosystem. Working with central banks from across the world, the firm offers a global settlement infrastructure. From operational efficiency to managing ris...

Reimagine Corresponding Banking Services – The Future is Now


The correspondent banking sector has struggled in recent years, leaving many questions about its ability to reinvent itself. It has become very costly (financially and efficiently) for a bank to perform this type of ser...

HSBC’s Noel Quinn opens Sibos 2021 with strong focus on Sustainability


Sibos is one of the most important events in the global banking calendar. It’s also an event that HSBC is taking very seriously this year. Noel Quinn has been with HSBC since 1987 and was appointed CEO in March 2020, an...

South Africa’s challenger banks can make rapid payments inroads


By David Whitehouse The adoption of South Africa’s Rapid Payments Programme in 2022 is set to redefine competition in the banking industry. The system is being developed by Africa’s largest clearing house BankServ...

#Money2020eu, Open for Business with CBDCs and more


The long awaited showcase event of the European Fintech scene kicked off with the opening of Registration on Monday the 20th of September. Delegates had to wait a few more hours to actually get into the event, on the Tu...

Why higher interest rates could help lenders earn more profits


DisruptionBanking regulars will recall that last month we spoke to UBS Global Research to talk about some of the most pressing questions on the minds of UBS’ clients in the banking and financial services sector. UBS’ “Q...

Nigeria: Open banking will trigger survival of the fittest


Plans by Nigeria’s central bank to allow banks to share customer information and product technology have the potential to kick-start competition in the sector. The central bank issued its regulatory framework for&nbs...

Questions that UBS Banking & Financial Services Clients are raising today


This week, UBS Global Research has been in touch with us at DisruptionBanking to share some interesting findings. They have been collating data through their “Question Bank” to determine the most pressing questions thei...

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