Week 23: Research at a glance

Week 23: Research at a glance

International Survey for Mobile Banking

by ING Group, Think Forward, & IPSOS

This new edition of ING’s International Survey series reveals how cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin, are perceived in 2018 across Europe, the USA and Australia.

Virtual Currencies

by the European Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee 

An overview of virtual currencies describing relevant technological aspects and different use cases. Based on this, the committee also derives implications for financial market regulations and monetary policy.

Digital Transformation Through PSD2 and Open Banking

by WSO2
This white paper from WSO2 discusses the implications, threats and opportunities of PSD2, and how banks can leverage PSD2 to ‘Enter the New World of Open Banking’.

Hong Kong Banking Report 2018
by KPMG
In this report, KPMG presents their yearly analysis of some key metrics for the top 10 locally incorporated licensed banks in Hong Kong, including big data,RegTech, cybersecurity, and tax technology.

Cyber Risk for the Financial Sector
by the IMF
This working paper presents a novel documentation of cyber risk around the world for financial institutions by analyzing the different types of cyber incidents and identifying patterns using a variety of datasets. The authors propose a quantitative framework to assess cyber risk

The 2nd Annual Middle East & Africa Alternative Finance Industry Report
by the Cambridge Center for Alternative Finance
This yearly publication details the growth of alternative finance markets in these two regions both in 2018, including trends, patterns, stats, and anomalies.

Featured
A source for consulting PSD2 legislation coupled with commentary, tips & tricks, and applicability
Widening the scope across borders this new production will not only include the Dutch fintech scene but highlight developments on a European level as well.

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