Supply chain finance is an area of business which still holds great potential for return on investment, and is beneficial not only to the banks which supply the products, but the buyers and suppliers that make use of them. Investment in technology projects can run to millions of Euros, and there is always the danger that these projects will run over time and budget. The technology and systems required to make these transactions possible are constantly shifting, and staying up-to-date with the advances is vital to remaining completive in a market in which prices are being driven down by the introduction of non-bank entities. With these entities offering both funding and platforms, it is vital for banks to work to remain competitive, either through development of their own platforms, or by making well-informed choices about with bank agnostic platforms to make use of. Banks face the added pressure of having to comply with the various capital regulations, which have increased the cost of doing business across the board, and meeting the KYC requirements, which can take up a large percentage of time. These difficulties can increase when considering investing in emerging markets, and so it is vital that banks make informed choices about the challenges they will face if they work to meet the demand in these markets.
- February 13, 2017 | Amsterdam
- December 08, 2016 | Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
In the short run, the sphere of finance could be governed by blockchain technologies.A crypto currency backed up with efficient infrastructure may increase global cost reduction for all market participants and change the entire banking system. Bitcoin and Blockchain will do for payments what internet did for communication.
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- December 08, 2016 | Seoul
Inside Fintech Conference & Expo explores Fintech 3.0, including Blockchain technology and other decentralized solutions for financial processes, and its impact on the global financial ecosystem. Hear from the finance industry’s most forward thinking individuals as they seek to leverage advances in technology to improve payments, investment strategies, mobile banking, navigate the world of regulation, and more. We’ll explore a unique chemistry between Fintech entrepreneurs, investors, bankers, and governments across Asia and the rest of the world.
- November 29, 2016 | New York | United States
The blockchain technology space has evolved rapidly during the past year, as Wall Street firms have begun to kick the tires of early software and engage in proof-of-concepts, around which much discussion has taken place. The coming year will be a crucial one as firms move from PoCs to limited rollouts in production environments – involving key blockchain technology choices, and IT infrastructure and integration decisions. Truly, the time for just talk is at an end. The time to do the blockchain walk is upon us. That walk begins at Blockchain for Wall Street!