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Are UK banks falling behind innovation?

By Gaia Lamperti

January 25, 2022

  • Banks
  • Core Banking
  • customer behaviour

A new independent survey of more than 250 UK banking and financial services companies has revealed their attitudes towards innovation. The study, conducted by London-based technology company Yobota, which is behind a fast Cloud-native core banking platform, found out that 2 in 5 UK banks are falling behind competitors where innovation is concerned. When asked […]

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