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Marc Torrens, Chief Innovation Officer

Dr. Marc Torrens co-founded Strands in 2003 and is currently serving as Chief Innovation Officer. Marc has published more than 20 referred papers on his work in international conferences and journals on Artificial Intelligence and Usability. He received a MSc degree in Computer Science from the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC) in 1997, and a PhD from the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) in 2002.

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Why the Innovation Officer Will Drive Bank Success in 2017 and Beyond

The banking Chief Innovation Officer, has seen their role change in a very short space of time. It may even be argued that the modern demands of the innovation executive within banking are so different to what went before it, that it is a brand new role in all but name. This article looks at this evolution of innovation professionals in banking and why they hold the key to the future success of banks, what their future might look like, and the 6 key qualities they should have.

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Topics: FinTech, Innovation, cio, chief innovation officer

Author: Marc Torrens, Chief Innovation Officer on Feb 24, 2017

Banking on Innovation Through Data

The last few decades have seen the financial industry slowly incorporating Internet-based technologies to open up new distribution and operational channels. Digital banking allows customers to access almost all financial services from anywhere, at any time.

Banks, however, are still offering essentially the same products and services as they did in the past. Compared to other industries such as entertainment, travel and retail, banks are not yet using these channels to actually change their business model or propose new and more relevant products or services. A few bells and whistles aside, the banking industry has yet to be truly disrupted.

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Topics: Disrupting Banking, FinTech, Digital Transformation, API, Big Data

Author: Marc Torrens, Chief Innovation Officer on May 11, 2015

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