Deflation - the real risks to global economy and future of banking - keynote speaker

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Future of Banking: At the 2003 World Economic Forum meetings in Davos there was much talk about the possibilities of deflation: a real and growing threat to a number of economies, despite the fact that most governments have been obsessed with reducing inflation. Indeed entire government economic policy has often been focussed on just one main factor: killing inflation. Why? Need a world-class keynote speaker on the global economy or banking? Phone Patrick Dixon now or email.

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Spam and fraud threat to future of banking. FUTURIST Q&A Patrick Dixon

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Future of banking - threat from e-mail spam, phishing attacks, hacks, trojans and other financial risks.

How to improve online security.

Q to www.twitter.com/patrickdixon.

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Future of Banking: New Technology impact on Corporate Banking

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Future of Banking: After the Great Party - A Great Hangover

Every aspect of corporate finance and wholesale banking will be transformed by the digital economy, despite the collapse of new technology share prices at the beginning of the third millennium. If the year 2000 was the great Party, then 2001 was the great Hangover.

The big question is what comes next?  Need a world-class banking keynote speaker? Phone Patrick Dixon now or email.

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Future of Investment Banking - End of "Old" Stock Exchanges

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Old style national stock exchanges cannot possibly survive. The London stock market will disappear altogether, as will every other national exchange in Europe to create a Pan-European Exchange.

This feature by Dr Patrick Dixon was published in The Times 19/10/98. See also article in Time magazine 4/4/99.

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The Death of Stock Exchanges - Time Magazine

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Why national stock exchanges have no place in tomorrow's world.

There is an unstoppable drive to create a single pan-European exchange, following the London-Frankfurt alliance last July, and deals by Paris, Madrid, Brussels, Milan, Amsterdam, Zurich, Luxembourg, Copenhagen, Stockholm and Vienna. One virtual market needs only one computer server. New York, London, Frankfurt, Hong Kong and Tokyo are also discussing cooperation.

What will the future hold?

Time Magazine feature by Dr Patrick Dixon 4 April 1999

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Future of Banking: Growing demand for cyberbanking in EU

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Cyberbanking Demand Grows - archive 1997

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Presentations on future of banking

Impact of new technology on banking and financial services

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Future of Banking: How to lose millions - dangers from "unique" business offers. Business risks and scandals. Lessons from collapse of Icelandic Banks

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Future of Banking: Comment by Patrick Dixon on how millions were lost in Icelandic bank accounts and lessons to learn about how to make money and how to avoid heavy losses. Rates of return on investments. Assessing risks in fund management and real estate investment. Exchange rate risks and how they impact international investment. Economy risks, political risks, industry risks - all need to be priced into decisions about where to put your money. How to make money and increase your wealth. Portfolio management. What economists think about global risks, banks, banking, insurance and other industry investments.

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Future of Banking - US Online Banking - ARCHIVE 1997

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Future of Banking: Wells Fargo: "We regard Internet banking as the holy grail". Source: Retail Banker International

A look back at US online banking trends in 1997.

Archive material 1997 - historical interest. This whole site has had 25 million requests in 12 months. Use search option to get more.

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Future of Banking - EU Online Banking - ARCHIVE 1997

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Future of Banking: 8 million European homes to receive broadband interactive services by 2000. The greatest take-up of electronic shopping channels by retailers to come from 1997-9. There will be 7.8 million PC banking customers in Europe by 2001.

A look back at the evolution of online banking in 1997.

Archive material 1997 - historical interest. This whole site has had 25 million requests in 12 months. Use search option to get more.

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Future of Banking: Online Banking Competitors - ARCHIVE 1997

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Future of Banking: "Banks as we know them will soon cease to exist. Banks should recognise that the move by supermarkets into banking is a trojan horse. National Westminster has already recognised the dangers, and tore up the five year financial services agreement it arranged last summer with Tesco." Source: David Llewellyn, Professor of Money and Banking, Loughborough University.

A look back at non-banks competing with traditional banks online.

Archive material 1997 - historical interest. This whole site has had 25 million requests in 12 months. Use search option to get more.

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