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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.
Recorded Nov 16 2016 57 mins
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Graham Seel (BankTech Consulting), David Milligan (Matchi), Paul Van Noord, Nabeel Siddiqui (Currency Cloud)
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