Covid-19 has modified our businesses, communities, industries, and the entire world in a way we couldn’t have even thought of. All people still learn and adapt as quickly as the potential to retort to the continued crisis.
As in the countries across the world, the foremost priorities for banking and money service suppliers are focused on four key areas:
making certain the security of the workers while maintaining productivity;
adjusting operating models and services to support customers and people who need the most assistance;
minimizing any operational disruption to stay services running while meeting restrictive & compliance obligations; and
mitigating & managing risk.
While the arena has been at the forefront of digital transformation, the new normal has created it look beyond just a customer-facing digital layer, and develop overall capabilities that are integrated across each side of banking. The lockdowns exhibit a variety of challenges at small and macro levels and even organizations that are technologically adept face roadblocks in navigating the new normal in banking.
To know more about the new normal for banking, refer to these links:
To know about reimagining banking in the new ways of the world, Click here
To read how the new ways Banking will be shifting, Click here
Here’s the ‘new’ operating model in banking - Click here
For an idea on the changes that banking might experience in recent times, Click here
Also Read: How covid 19 has helped the Fintech industry
Global investments in FinTech more than tripled in 2014, reaching more than $12 billion. In comparison, banks spent an estimated $215 billion on IT worldwide in 2014, including hardware, software, and internal and external services. This is a material number, and because it is so highly targeted, the FinTech spending will really make an impact.
To know more on the future of Fintech, refer to the following links:
To know about the New Normal After The Covid-19 in Fintech, Click here
Here’s the future of Fintech - Click here
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About the Author: Sudeshna Dutta
Sudeshna is an engineer in making. She is a writer at OpenGrowth. Apart from dealing with circuits and chips, she is passionate about being a keyboardist and pianist and wants to attain professionalism in it with her talent coupled with hard work.
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