Banking and financial markets

The way banking is conducted – and at times who conducts it – is changing
Financial organizations are radically transforming by building and participating in digital industry ecosystems, networks and platforms.

Banking on the platform economy

Although computers have replaced abacus and parchment, underlying principles of banking have remained remarkably consistent. However, a millennium of constancy is now changing at warp speed. Traditional industries are interacting in ways that were unthinkable even as recently as a decade ago.

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