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Blockchain in Retail Banking-Thematic Research

Summary

Blockchain technology, often referred to as distributed ledger technology (DLT), is a means by which the participants in a distributed network can each maintain a copy of an immutable ledger of transactions and where transactions can be executed without the need for a single, central, coordinating authority. This ability to execute transactions effectively without the presence of a central authority is regarded by many as the chief benefit of blockchain technology, as it creates the promise that organizations will be able to transact business with one another without being subject to third-party control.

In banking, this disintermediation has serious ramifications for billions of dollars of global business. DLT could enable two parties to transact without requiring a third party for oversight or intermediation, reducing counterparty risk and arbitrage, as well as the role of 'parasitic' supporting entities that act as bottlenecks and profit from opacity in the system.

This promises to reduce overheads and greatly reduce transaction fees, decrease the number of stages and the number of organizations involved in a transaction (thereby reducing the chance of errors), while enabling faster transactions, 24 hours a day, seven days a week (in contrast to current interbank transactions that can take days for final clearing and settlement).

Scope

- This report analyses the impact of blockchain in retail banking.

- It discusses the benefits and uses of blockchain in banking.

- It identifies the current leaders and companies looking vulnerable in the blockchain technology theme.

Reasons to buy

- The report highlights some of the key players in the blockchain industry.

- It discusses some of the key trends in blockchain technology.

- The report explains the blockchain value chain by use case.

- It provides an industry analysis, explaining the fundamental challenges DLT faces and the adoption of the technology.

- The report also analyses the impact of blockchain on retail banking, offering key recommendations for retail banks and IT vendors.

- It provides a technology briefing to explain the evolution of the blockchain technology and how it works.

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Table Of Content

Scope

Table of Contents

PLAYERS 4

TRENDS 5

Blockchain industry trends 5

Blockchain use case trends 6

Blockchain trends in retail banking 7

VALUE CHAIN 9

Asset registries 10

Financial services platforms 11

Industrial platforms 12

INDUSTRY ANALYSIS 13

Permissioned DLT networks insert a degree of trust into the equation 14

Commercial blockchains are at least five years away 14

DLT faces several fundamental technical challenges 15

What are the primary use cases for blockchain technology? 15

Logistics 16

Healthcare 16

Land registries 16

Digital fiat currencies 17

Smart grid 17

Commodity trading 18

Timeline 19

IMPACT OF BLOCKCHAIN ON RETAIL BANKING 21

Key recommendations for retail banks 24

Key recommendations for IT vendors 25

COMPANIES SECTION 26

Public tech and financial services companies 26

Private tech companies 28

Retail banking companies 29

TECHNOLOGY BRIEFING 30

How has blockchain technology developed over the last decade? 30

How does blockchain work? 31

GLOSSARY 32

APPENDIX: OUR THEMATIC RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 35

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Products and Companies


Companies

Accenture

Cognizant

Credit China FinTech

Goldman Sachs

IBM

Microsoft

Ping An

Santander

Axoni

BitFury

Digital Asset Holdings

Filament

LO3 Energy

R3

Ripple

Slock.it

Royal Bank of Canada (RBC)

Emirates Islamic Bank

State Bank of India (SBI)

Mizuho

JPMorgan

BBVA

Blockchain in Retail Banking-Thematic Research

Summary

Blockchain technology, often referred to as distributed ledger technology (DLT), is a means by which the participants in a distributed network can each maintain a copy of an immutable ledger of transactions and where transactions can be executed without the need for a single, central, coordinating authority. This ability to execute transactions effectively without the presence of a central authority is regarded by many as the chief benefit of blockchain technology, as it creates the promise that organizations will be able to transact business with one another without being subject to third-party control.

In banking, this disintermediation has serious ramifications for billions of dollars of global business. DLT could enable two parties to transact without requiring a third party for oversight or intermediation, reducing counterparty risk and arbitrage, as well as the role of 'parasitic' supporting entities that act as bottlenecks and profit from opacity in the system.

This promises to reduce overheads and greatly reduce transaction fees, decrease the number of stages and the number of organizations involved in a transaction (thereby reducing the chance of errors), while enabling faster transactions, 24 hours a day, seven days a week (in contrast to current interbank transactions that can take days for final clearing and settlement).

Scope

- This report analyses the impact of blockchain in retail banking.

- It discusses the benefits and uses of blockchain in banking.

- It identifies the current leaders and companies looking vulnerable in the blockchain technology theme.

Reasons to buy

- The report highlights some of the key players in the blockchain industry.

- It discusses some of the key trends in blockchain technology.

- The report explains the blockchain value chain by use case.

- It provides an industry analysis, explaining the fundamental challenges DLT faces and the adoption of the technology.

- The report also analyses the impact of blockchain on retail banking, offering key recommendations for retail banks and IT vendors.

- It provides a technology briefing to explain the evolution of the blockchain technology and how it works.

READ MORE

Scope

Table of Contents

PLAYERS 4

TRENDS 5

Blockchain industry trends 5

Blockchain use case trends 6

Blockchain trends in retail banking 7

VALUE CHAIN 9

Asset registries 10

Financial services platforms 11

Industrial platforms 12

INDUSTRY ANALYSIS 13

Permissioned DLT networks insert a degree of trust into the equation 14

Commercial blockchains are at least five years away 14

DLT faces several fundamental technical challenges 15

What are the primary use cases for blockchain technology? 15

Logistics 16

Healthcare 16

Land registries 16

Digital fiat currencies 17

Smart grid 17

Commodity trading 18

Timeline 19

IMPACT OF BLOCKCHAIN ON RETAIL BANKING 21

Key recommendations for retail banks 24

Key recommendations for IT vendors 25

COMPANIES SECTION 26

Public tech and financial services companies 26

Private tech companies 28

Retail banking companies 29

TECHNOLOGY BRIEFING 30

How has blockchain technology developed over the last decade? 30

How does blockchain work? 31

GLOSSARY 32

APPENDIX: OUR THEMATIC RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 35

Single User License:
Report can be used by individual purchaser only

Site License:
Report can be shared by unlimited users within one corporate location, e.g. a regional office

Corporate User License: 
Report can be shared globally by unlimited users within the purchasing corporation e.g. all employees of a single company

To know more information on Purchase by Section, please send a mail to support@kenresearch.com

Companies

Accenture

Cognizant

Credit China FinTech

Goldman Sachs

IBM

Microsoft

Ping An

Santander

Axoni

BitFury

Digital Asset Holdings

Filament

LO3 Energy

R3

Ripple

Slock.it

Royal Bank of Canada (RBC)

Emirates Islamic Bank

State Bank of India (SBI)

Mizuho

JPMorgan

BBVA