Retail Banking Academy news roundup – 05/12/16

HSBC to Accelerate Hiring in China Next Year, Defying Challenges

“The pace of hiring may accelerate in 2017 as the London-based lender expands in areas from mortgages to credit cards, personal lending and wealth services in the manufacturing hub north of Hong Kong, he said.”

Dubai Islamic Bank named UAE’s strongest Islamic retail bank At Islamic Retail Banking Awards 2016

“A key driver of this growth has been the Bank’s customer centric approach that is embodied in our ‘Customer First’ program. We believe in combining our local heritage, tradition and inherent expertise with personal service and innovation to provide customers with multi-faceted solutions tailored to meet their financial needs.”

Why Mobile Payments Are Taking Off In China

“A recent survey by KPMG found consumers in China are embracing the push toward mobile payments at a much faster rate than consumers in the U.S. and U.K. KPMG’s annual China’s Connected Consumers Survey found that about 90 percent of 2,560 respondents made at least one online purchase using a smartphone compared to 74 percent of U.S. consumers and 74.6 percent of U.K. consumers”

Lafferty Daily Briefing – 5th December 2016

“There’s no doubt that banks have underinvested in computer security for several years while they struggle to recapitalise themselves, and cybercriminals are now getting so far ahead that they’re offering discounts and sale offers to match what’s happening in the ordinary world of online retail.”


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