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Chris Skinner

Chris is an independent commentator on financial services. He chairs the Financial Services Club, a European networking group that enables discussion between members and regulators, practitioners and futurists. At The Finanser, he assists clients as an advisor, as well as sometimes being commissioned to write or speak on their behalf at conferences and tradeshows. He is the author of Digital Bank and ValueWeb.

  • Digital Identities for Controlling Money Laundering

    Chris Skinner Jun 6, 2014

    Effective digital identity management is the key to controlling the proliferation of money laundering crimes worldwide.

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  • The ‘Red Pill’ Moment for Financial Services

    Chris Skinner May 6, 2014

    While old world banks are scrambling to respond to the regulatory agenda, new world banks are stealing away their customers.

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  • Omnichannel is Soooo Last Century

    Chris Skinner Apr 1, 2014

    Bankers need to think digital rather than use the term ‘omnichannel’ because the Internet is not a channel.

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  • It’s a Wonderful Digital Life, for Digital Disruptors

    Chris Skinner Mar 12, 2014

    When it comes to linking people who need money with people who have money – the fundamental principle of banking – the digital disruptors have the competitive advantage.

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  • Transparency in Banking for 2014

    Chris Skinner Jan 24, 2014

    In the New Year, the banking industry will see further evolution of the ‘intellisensing’ bank, a more transparent and honest bank for customers.

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  • The Five Greatest Risks to Banks

    Chris Skinner Sep 16, 2013

    First and foremost, bankers need to be effective risk managers in a world where forms of risk keep multiplying.

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