Mobile Banking

The Future of Mobile Payments and Banking

Tony Virdi | Posted 23.09.2013 | UK Tech
Tony Virdi

it is mobile payments that are truly disrupting traditional banking. Up until recently, mobile payments have been the way of the future, with smaller payment via contactless cards as well as peer to peer payments taking off.

Do Banks Still Need Branches? Only If Offered as an Olive Branch Bridging Between Traditional and Online Worlds

Tony Virdi | Posted 31.07.2013 | UK
Tony Virdi

There is no simple answer to whether retail banks still need branches for customers to visit. The truth is that, even though regulation and technology is moving at pace, it will depend on the bank, the region and the customer.

Cardless Cash Machines?

PA | Posted 13.06.2012 | UK Tech

Mobile phone payment technology took another step forward today with the launch of a scheme allowing people to take cash from an ATM without using the...

The Death of Cash: Why the West Needs to Catch Up With the Mobile Payment Economy

Paul Broome | Posted 21.07.2012 | UK Tech
Paul Broome

While the West has been trying to develop the right platforms and technology for mobile payments to work, and technology providers and operators have been battling for mobile payment supremacy, Kenya has gone straight from a barter/gift/debt economy to digital transaction - leapfrogging over the last 100 years of the West's progress in monetary transactions.

2012 Mobile Banking Awards

Michael Nuciforo | Posted 11.03.2012 | UK Tech
Michael Nuciforo

Welcome to the 2012 MBA's! The MBA's is a worldwide search to find and recognise the very best mobile banking apps and services. With a big year ahea...

Bankbuster - Why Banks Have to Embrace Mobile Technology

Michael Nuciforo | Posted 06.03.2012 | UK
Michael Nuciforo

Banks have been tossing around with the idea of mobile banking like a hot potato for years. Stuck in an endless debate about what to do with it, how to best roll it out, and what benefits can it deliver, it has often been passed from the ownership of one senior executive to the next.