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Lisa Gray, National Australia Bank's (NAB) group executive of enterprise services and transformation, has decided to leave the company following an executive reshuffle made by the group's new CEO, Andrew Thorburn.
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The costs involved in adhering to regulatory changes in Australia's financial services sector are making it hard for companies to invest in technology innovation, according to findings in the latest FSC-DST CEO Survey Report.
Westpac has appointed former CBA Core Banking Modernisation executive general manager Dave Curran as its new CIO, effective September.
Suncorp Life's chief information officer, Fiona Floyd, has left her role with the company, as it undergoes internal restructuring efforts.
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The largest banks in the country will partly replace their own kit by cashpoints that serve customers of other institutions.
Investors from failed Bitcoin exchange express anger following the first creditors meeting in Tokyo where questions remain unanswered over how US$500 million worth of the digital currency went missing.
Stripe has launched in Australia aiming to take on PayPal and to be a solution for merchants not only at checkout but to run their entire business.
Westpac New Zealand is striking its own path with a digital wallet based on Host Card Emulation, saying it will put the bank at the head of the curve.
Big Blue and Monitise have inked a deal to expand in the cloud-based mobile solutions field.
Dell said it's accepting the cryptocurrency on Dell.com in a pilot that partners the computer giant with the Bitcoin processor Coinbase.
New York has published its proposals for how a new framework for Bitcoin companies, putting a lot more red tape around the emerging industry.
Coles has launched its own mobile wallet, integrating an NFC contactless payment sticker, smartphone app for iPhone and Android, its existing Coles MasterCard credit card program, and its Flybuys loyalty card program.
The NZ$64 million buyout of New Zealand-based M-Com in 2011 delivered what Nasdaq-listed banking technology giant Fiserv describes as its "crown jewels" - advanced mobile payments and banking technology.