Associate Editor, Bank Systems and Technology
Member Since: 6/16/2014
Blog Posts: 492
Jonathan Camhi has been an associate editor with Bank Systems & Technology since 2012. He previously worked as a freelance journalist in New York City covering politics, health and immigration, and has a master's degree from the City University of New York's Graduate School of Journalism.
Articles by Jonathan Camhi posted in November 2012
Bank of America announced this week that it is piloting Visa's V.me digital wallet service with its online customers, firing up the ever-hot topic of digital wallets in the banking sector. Here are some recent quotes on the evolving digital wallets market that we selected to share.
Don Free, research director at Gartner, shares his views on how the core vendor market is changing, and what banks and vendors must do to stay competitive, with BS&T associate editor Jonathan Camhi.
UK regulators levied a fine against UBS today after finding that the bank's weak oversight of its investment operations allowed a trader to book over $2 billion in losses and conceal them for months.
While many mobile payments startups are using both traditional and nontraditional authentication methods, regulatory uncertainty still exists around liability for fraud attacks on customers using mobile payments.
Compliance considerations and clear benefits in terms of recovery speed and cost are driving community banks to move their disaster recovery centers to the cloud. But some larger banks are hesitating to follow that path.