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EU:

Future Challenges

Of Banking

A redefined industry looking forward

Following the Eurozone crisis starting in 2009, the face and landscape of the banking industry across Europe were shaken to their roots - by 2011, it was seen as the greatest threat to global stability that year, according to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. The perception of impossibility for failure was replaced with a shared belief amongst many on the continent that new values, service standards and a sense of accountability both in regulation and in data security were the new normal.

From the global banking crisis, through to the emergence of digital challengers - there has been an industry-wide cultural change for the better - and one that has triggered the movement we now know as the Fintech industry to enact that change.

How banks respond to the threat of fintech -choosing to compete or collaborate will be a decision that defines the course for the future. 

Learn more about the future challenges of banking in our whitepaper.

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Key Ideas
  • New values, service standards and a sense of accountability both in regulation and in data security are the new normal in banking
  • Many banks struggle to keep up with innovation
  • Tech solutions are able to get to the heart of what often restricts legacy banks