Finance Insights
  • Worldpay, Post-RBS, Courts Australia in Fast-Growing Payments Space

    2 September 2016 | UK | Media

    Vasily Bernstein,Payments Systems Expert at DataArt, isquoted in S&P Global news report which covers Wordpay’s move off the RBS (Royal Bank of Scotland) systems and its subsequent growth strategy. Bernstein states that acquiring a local payment processer will help Worldpay succeed in Australia as it will free the company from the need to build its own regulatory compliance processes framework.

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  • ¿Pueden los robots sustituir a los inversores?

    26 August 2016 | Europe, Americas | Media

    Expansión, the leading business newspaper in Spain, and Diario Financiero, the FT of Chile, pick up the commentary by Alexey Utkin, SVP in the Finance Practice at DataArt UK, for the Financial Times on the role of AI and automation in the financial services industry.

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  • How AI-Powered Platforms Can Disrupt the Banking System

    24 August 2016 | UK | Media

    Alexey Utkin, SVP in the Finance Practice at DataArt, contributes an article to Spear's on the applications and benefits of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the banking industry, specifically in the areas of fraud detection, credit scoring and automation.

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  • How Blockchain Can Revolutionize Regulatory Compliance

    10 August 2016 | USA | Media

    Cliff Moyce, Global Head of the Finance Practice at DataArt, authors an article for Corporate Compliance Insights on the possible applications of blockchain technology in the regulatory compliance processes.

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  • What Doesn’t Kill the Blockchain Will Make it Stronger

    3 August 2016 | USA | Media

    American Banker features Dmitry Stillermann, VP of Finance Practice at DataArt, as he notes the lessons learned from Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAOs). Stillermann argues that the reasons for this failure are not inherent in the blockchain technology itself but stem from the lack of discipline and methodical implementation of software quality processes.

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  • The Journey Towards a Digital Bank – Five Major Stages to Successful Banking Digitalisation

    21 July 2016 | UK | Media

    Alexander Makeyenkov, SVP of Capital Markets at DataArt, contributes an article to Finance Digest, where he breaks down the banking digitalization process into its essential stages. These include: establishing supportive culture and processes, prototyping, developing business applications, advancing to digital platforms and transitioning to the digital model.

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  • 2016 Tech Trends and What We Can Learn from Fintech

    8 July 2016 | USA | Media

    While blockchain is the hottest trend in financial technology, data management solutions, often driven by risk management and regulatory reporting requirements, remain a top priority for capital markets firms, according to Cliff Moyce, head of finance practice, DataArt.

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  • The Reports of Contactless’ Death are Greatly Exaggerated

    4 July 2016 | UK | Media

    In his post in Dell’s Tech Page One, Vasily Bernstein, Payment Systems Expert at DataArt, disagrees with reports of the end of contactless payments and their substitution by in-app payments, arguing that each covers a unique and complementary set of payment scenarios.

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  • Taking Advantage of Open Source

    27 June 2016 | UK | Media

    Banking Tech features Cliff Moyce, Global Head of Finance Practice at DataArt, and Artyom Astafurov, SVP of IoT/M2M, as they argue for a wider use of open source software and share essential tips for utilizing open source technologies for enterprise solutions and architecture.

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  • Make Way for The Robot Stock Pickers

    26 June 2016 | UK | Media

    The Financial Times speaks with industry experts about the role of artificial intelligence (AI) in asset management, quoting Alexey Utkin, SVP in the Finance Practice at DataArt, who shares his thoughts on the extent to which humans can be replaced by machines in the financial services, and addresses concerns about the increasing use of machines in investment management.

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