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The Evolution of Fraud

When and where did fraud begin? Sarah Golding, Head of Fraud Consultancy and Sales Support, reflects on how fraud has changed over the years, and how it will continue to do so in the future. The Evolution of Fraud I … » Read more…

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Utilising new technologies to fight back against the fraudsters

In the third in his series of guest blogs David Birch, author and advisor on digital financial services, tackles the need for new technology. You can read his first blog here and his second here. Identity fraud is absolutely out of … » Read more…

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Machine Learning and AI – the future of the fight against fraud

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  In the second in his series of guest blogs David Birch, author and advisor on digital financial services, tackles Machine Learning and AI. As I’ve written many times, it is difficult to overestimate the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on … » Read more…

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The future of affordability – what you need to know

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Consumer lending has changed dramatically in the last two decades. Regulation has evolved to accommodate these changes, resulting in notable developments around assessing affordability and treating customers fairly. But as the social, political and economic landscape of the country shifts, … » Read more…

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Marketing in 2013-here are four predictions

Ok, so the continued rise of mobile and the social media debate are odds on for the next 12 months. But what else will be important marketing wise?  Looking through the blogs, analyst sites and editorial, I’ve picked four upcoming … » Read more…

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