Forthcoming content

Each volume of Journal of Digital Banking consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. A selection of the peer-reviewed articles and real world case studies scheduled for publication in Volume 4 include:

  • The other digital enablers: How are regulators shaping the use of open APIs and the cloud globally, and what more can be done?
    Polina Evstifeeva, Head of Regulatory Strategy, Chief Digital Office, Global Transaction Banking, Deutsche Bank
  • Discerning between hype and reality: Common misconceptions regarding blockchain
    Kelly Parkhurst, Senior Digital Product Manager, Corporate and Investment Bank, Absa
  • The impact of blockchain on the transaction banking business model
    Silke N. Finken, International Management and Innovation, ISM International School of Management and Dirk Finkemeyer, Strategy Consultant, Accenture Strategy
  • A comparative analysis between traditional vs crypto-exchanges operational specifications
    Ioana Surpateanu, Co-Head of European Government Affairs, Citi
  • Accelerating the adoption of digital payments towards a cashless society
    Milind Sanghavi, Head, Digital Payments, OCBC Bank
  • How to deal with data privacy, security and operational transparency issues when employing cloud and API technologies
    Claus Richter, Head of TxB Solutions, Nordea
  • Achieving velocity in digital banking: Focusing on complexity, cloud and AI first solution design
    Kris Hansen, Chief Technology Officer, KOHO Financial
  • The need for speed: A platform-based approach to digitisation
    Eli Rosner, Chief Product and Technology Officer, Finastra
  • Central bank digital currencies
    Lewis Sun, Regional Head of Product Management, Global Liquidity and Cash Management, Asia-Pacific, HSBC
  • The cloud security conundrum: Pivotal considerations to ensure privacy-centric services in the cloud
    Chris West, Head of Cloud Adoption, Travelex
  • The digitisation of payments in South-East Asia
    Molly Shea, SVP & GM, Global Money Transfer, Asia Pacific, Western Union
  • Future proofing next generation financial market infrastructures: The devil is in the data
    Kimmo Soramäki, Founder and CEO and Dave Sissens, Global Head of Financial Market Infrastructures, Financial Network Analytics
  • Practical challenges of integrating the DLT with the existing IT infrastructure
    Kapil Dhar, Digital Business Consultant and founder member, London Blockchain Foundation
  • Front-end innovation: Improving customer interaction as a first step in digitising your infrastructure
    Khomotso Molabe, CIO for Personal and Business Banking, Standard Bank
  • Banking the unbanked: The FinTech take over
    Neil Harris, Chief Commercial Officer, Global Processing Services
  • Leveraging AI and Big Data to unlock the potential in bespoke SME lending
    Sean Hunter, Chief Information Officer, Acorn Machine, Oaknorth
  • Virtual asset trading platforms: An assessment of the stability risks and the potential for self-regulation
    Rory Copeland, Pinsent Masons
  • A new era of private securities: The application of blockchain in a private capital markets infrastructure
    Ulyana Shtybel, Vice President and Chief Capital Officer, HighCastle
  • FinTech innovation: Revolutionary or evolutionary business model disruption?
    Ravi Bhalla, Head of Group Design, Lloyds Banking Group
  • The new gateway of DLT technologies in the banking industry: What is the future for financial intermediaries?
    Alessandro Raffelini, CFO & COO, TDA Capital Group
  • Electronic invoicing: The first step toward digital B2B payment modernisation
    Guy Berg, Vice President, Payments, Standards, and Outreach Group, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
  • Implementing tech across the value chain: Roadmaps for marrying machine learning, robotics, customer data and internal company culture
    Simon Marland, Executive Head of Business Intelligence Solutions, Nedbank
  • Automation and robotics: Streamlining your strategy
    Isak Grobler, Head of Technology: Robotic Process Automation, Strategic Automation, Operations, Absa
  • The assessment of mobile money sector development in Lesotho
    Lira Peter Sekantsi, Senior Analyst and Section Head, National Payment System Oversight and Risk Management, Central Bank of Lesotho