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In this quarter's newsletter, we recap on a busy year, highlighting the changing payments landscape across the UK and Europe, and events in October, including our annual UK FIG Symposium and Sibos conference in Sydney.
In this quarter’s newsletter, we’re looking to the future. From the upcoming changes in European payments, to how AI will impact business. We also hear from Alistair Currie, and highlight content exploring ‘Tomorrow’s Europe’.
It’s been a busy second quarter, with plenty to keep us all occupied. Our newsletter brings together thoughts on the impact of GDPR, SWIFT’s CSP, and how green vehicles are impacting business. We’ve also introduced a new feature where we profile key people from within Barclays and their thoughts on the industry.
In our first newsletter of the year, we’re looking ahead to the key trends 2018 could offer in innovation, geopolitics and the UK payments systems.
In the final newsletter of 2017 we round off the year by looking back at the key geopolitical events that have shaped the past 12 months. As well as discussing the upcoming regulations and innovations that will highlight what promises to be a year of disruption and opportunity for all.
In this quarter’s newsletter, we’re focusing on how to succeed in the long term by navigating uncertainty, dealing with change, and focusing on millennials.
In this quarter’s newsletter we test your knowledge of cybercrime, explore how AI is impacting financial services, discuss the outcome of the UK election, and look at how SWIFT’s customer security programme could affect you. Plus we explore some of the EU laws that will apply in the UK before the UK leaves the European Union.
In our Q1 edition of the newsletter, we look at the economic and business impact of the new Trump administration, the main sustainability trends to be aware of in 2017, and David provides his views on two aspects of fraud: demonetisation in India and the UK; and the rise of the digital robber.
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