Our 2013 Winners discuss the awards and the current state of play in their industries.
Interviewees discuss the changing landscape of their respective business.
Nalepa, Director of the Transactional Banking Department at BRE, weighs in on the state of Internet banking in Poland (it's very advanced)--and what corporate and retail customers want from virtual systems (mobile apps).
The Head of Programme Management (Digital Banking) at StanChart says the bank keeps close tabs on technology advances made by corporate innovators outside of the industry.
What do Internet banking customers want these days? Scotiabank's Ted Clark, Director of Channel Marketing and Services, and Lynda Tucker, say personalization and consistency across devices are high on the list.
The Ux Manager, Commercial Banking, talks about how business customers--and not just retail customers--want applications that work on mobile devices like smartphones and tablets.
Responsive design? Leumi Trade executives Limor Peleg and Anna Sudin say the bank has delivered on what customers want: Services that work on any device and across any channel.
The Managing Director and Global Head of Online Banking discusses Citi's trade and treasury network -- a single platform that spans 96 countries and serves some 350,000 users.
Infosys' Practice Head, Consumer and Commercial Banking Practice, talks Internet banking, mobile-centric architecture, and IT innovation.
All the winners from our 2013 ceremony, which was held on Oct. 12 at the IMF/World Bank annual meeting in Washington, DC.
The full ceremony, held this year in Washington, DC during the week of the IMF/World Bank annual meeting.
The President and Chief Executive of Al Baraka Banking Group says Islamic banks haven't been hurt by the global financial crisis because they don't buy debt or use derivatives.
The bank's chief economist believes Brazil is more vulnerable to QE III's eventual end than other countries in Latin America.
The head of the central bank of the Philippines says the country has been able to keep its economy rolling along -- despite the specter of quantitative easing by the US Federal Reserve Board. And in a contrarian take, he says he's also bullish on prospects for emerging markets.