Embracing digital tech could reduce systemic importance of banks – RBNZ article

Bulletin discusses risks surrounding digital disruptions in the banking sector

Digital disruptions have the potential to reduce the systemic importance of individual banks, but still pose risks to the financial system as a whole, an article published by the Reserve Bank of New Zealand says.

In Disruption or distraction? How digitisation is changing New Zealand banks and core banking systems, Amber Watson looks at how banks have responded to digital disruption in an effort to remain competitive.

"Digital disruption has not so far affected the stability of the financial

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