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How can smaller financial institutions effectively innovate in payments?

It is particularly challenging for a smaller bank to compete in payment services with larger banks. For example most cannot offer cross-currency or P2P payments. A good innovation strategy will help to nail down what the bank needs to be able to offer, to find the right FinTech partners, and to integrate their solutions.
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Graham Seel (BankTech Consulting), David Milligan (Matchi), Paul Van Noord, Nabeel Siddiqui (Currency Cloud)
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