Via discussions hosted on the Capco Institute Blog, members debate high profile issues, with frequent and provocative contributions from Capco thought leaders. For institutions around the world, how will the changing financial services landscape form the future of finance?
Published March 30, 2016
Banks must refine and modernise their approach to data management to be effective in the era of the Quantified Self.
Author Kapin Vora , Tobias Henry
Published March 18, 2016
Charles Schwab may have made the biggest splash amongst wealth managers last year. It launched its robo-advisory platform, known as “Intelligent Portfolios,” in March, and only six months later the program had grown to hold $4.1 billion in assets. This figure represents 1.54 percent of Charles Schwab’s $266 billion wealth management business.
Author Thomas Krol
Published March 15, 2016
The consulting industry is turning the heads of growing numbers of science and tech graduates, at the expense of more traditional banking roles.
Author Rick Fish
Published March 10, 2016
Quieter, faster and more sustainable than their fossil-burning counterparts, EVs – electric vehicles - are also better ‘connected’. We tested a few EV connectivity concepts at a recent hackathon hosted by Capco and Digital Nebula, aiming to address some of the challenges facing electric vehicle drivers.
Author Farzine Fazel
Published February 17, 2016
Across the financial industry a Capco/Finextra global survey confirms growing awareness that Utilities are useful – not least because of their potential to transform the way banks approach compliance.
Author Jeroen Aumand
Published February 08, 2016
We are told constantly that speech technology will revolutionise financial services but what is its potential today?
Author Rolf Enders
Published February 02, 2016
Manufacturers and distributors of retail banking products should begin assessing the impact of POG on their business, making the most of the time left before January 2017.
Author Tino Kam
Published January 25, 2016
The UK Government is backing these initiatives with the aim to provide consumers with more secure, less expensive and easy-to-use financial services. But how will this drive innovation and competition in financial services, and where are banks in the race to take advantage of the new approaches?
Author Isabel Naidoo
Published February 27, 2015
If I care about inclusion (and I do) and I am passionate about disruption (which I am) how come we aren't disrupting diversity in the workplace?