The MotionCode card, with an ever-changing CCV number, which it hopes will help to combat card fraud.
Financial technology startup companies are in with the chance of winning funding of £35,000 thanks to a new competition.
Here’s a video of how Lloyds thought the bank of the future would look back in 1971, featuring Jacques Tati struggling to get to grips with the space-age technology.
When we think about innovation in financial services, we’ll often ask ourselves questions such as “if Google was a bank, what would it do?” or “If Apple designed bank branches, what would they look like?”. Well, we could already have the answer to that second question, thanks to Citibank’s prototype branches.
We’ve talked a lot about mobile phones replacing our wallets, but perhaps it’s not the end of the line for the humble leather money-holder.
Mashable has the details of a new bank branch launched by Citibank in Union Square, New York, dubbed the “bank of the future”.
Newbury Building Society has opened its latest branch and claims to be the only bank or building society in the country where all of its customers sit down to deal with its cashiers, regardless of what transaction they are making.
BankSimple have recently updated their website, with the homepage now showing a few sneak peeks at how their service is going to look.
Mashable have been talking to BankSimple founder Alex Payne to get a better idea of how his company intends to shake up the world of banking.
Spanish bank BBVA has unveiled an impressive new design for an ATM, which it is calling the future of self-service banking.