12-03-2018 | POINT OF VIEW
Why technology meritocracy is at the heart of banking success?
The new banking reality is one of lower profitability, greater shareholder expectations, and more competitors at the doorstep. Accelerating and sustaining digital transformation is key to realising a
01-03-2018 | POINT OF VIEW
Banks must get their heads out of the sand and into the cloud
This article first appeared in City A.M. on Monday 26th February 2018. There is something for everyone to celebrate in what has been a solid earnings season for the Big Four UK banks.
09-02-2018 | POINT OF VIEW
The City has more serious things than Brexit to worry about
This article first appeared in City A.M. on Wednesday 7th February 2018. Brexit has been the centrepiece of the City’s agenda this week, with two planned Brexit Select Committee meetin
06-02-2018 | PRESS RELEASES
Parker Fitzgerald appoints Tim Eyles, Managing Partner, Taylor Wessing to its Global Advisory Board
Parker Fitzgerald (‘PFG’), strategic advisor and consulting partner to the world’s leading financial institutions today announces the expansion of its Global Advisory Board with the appointment
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25-01-2018 | POINT OF VIEW
A decade on from the Global Financial Crisis: more capitalised but not better off
This is the first in a series of insights from the 2018 World Economic Forum, Davos The IMF kicked off this year’s World Economic Forum (WEF) on a cheerful note with its upgrades to glob
18-01-2018 | POINT OF VIEW
Could 2018 mark the year zero of true digital banking?
This article first appeared in City A.M. on Tuesday 16th January 2018. The Second Payment Services Directive (PSD2) came into force across the EU last Saturday, opening access to consume
12-01-2018 | POINT OF VIEW
New Year’s Resolutions: what does the ECB supervisory priorities tell you about the future of banking in Europe?
05-01-2018 | POINT OF VIEW
Post-MiFID II: Data at the centre of the 2018 regulatory agenda
MiFID II legislation applies as of this week. While many financial institutions can breathe a sigh of relief following the mammoth amount of prep work undertaken to comply with the incoming requiremen