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Why dumb old banks can’t compete

Now that’s a contentious title for a blog, but purposefully so. Old banks can compete in the new world if they’re smart … it’s just that so many of them are dumb. Dumb with data, as I’ve blogged before. To illustrate this, I have three examples. The first is that

Things worth reading: 14th October 2019

Things we’re reading today include … The big bank winning streak might be about to end Post Office veto will save Barclays just £7m a year… as bank made £3.5bn profit in 2018 German police investigate bitcoin transfer to synagogue killer Firms ignoring climate crisis will go bankrupt, says Mark

The Finanser’s Week: 7th October – 13th October 2019

The main blog headlines are … What does “innovation” mean in finance? I recently was invited to be the keynote at some innovation awards in Ireland. It got me thinking about what innovation means in finance, so here are the notes from my speech. I trust it’s useful …  

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