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Disruptor or disrupted?

Disruptor or disrupted?

Will banks disrupt or be disrupted?

John Armstrong

National Industry Leader, Financial Services

KPMG in Canada


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To disrupt is to prevent something from continuing as usual or as expected. This is the effect that disruptive technologies like artificial intelligence, blockchain, cloud computing, mobile, and social networks are all having on the banking ecosystem. Fintechs and technology titans are also contributing to the overall disruption and redefining the rules of business. Regulators and legislators continue to impose more compliance and rules, and are more open to new entrants.

What other disruptive forces are at play? Watch this short clip and find out.

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