In a perspective written for the Financial Times, 10x Founder and Executive Chairman Antony Jenkins argues that it is agile, relentlessly customer-focused businesses that will triumph rather than a focus on bigger is better.
10 Founder Antony Jenkins discusses the future of finance and digital transformation with Francine Laqua on Bloomberg TV.
Will big banks thrive or be sidelined by digital disruption? 10x Founder and Executive Chairman Antony Jenkins discuss the future of banking and more with the Financial Times' Banking Editor Martin Arnold with FT on Air on Facebook.
For too many in the UK, the recovery from the financial crisis still feels like nothing of the sort.
I always knew when I started my iMBA that I wanted to complete at least two different internships and if possible to do one with an organisation doing something totally beyond my understanding of the world.
At 10x Future Technologies, we work hard to unlock technology’s potential to create a banking experience that meets the needs of everyone in the digital age.
Artificial intelligence is one of the most hyped technologies of recent years. There is hardly an area of our lives that its proponents haven’t said it will revolutionise.
Effective, fair and transparent financial systems sit at the heart of the vibrant economies and stable societies. But if the last ten years since the crisis have taught us anything, it’s that the system is still a long way from that ideal.
Today, I attempted to tackle this question at Money 20/20 in Copenhagen, analysing the profound upheaval that I believe the financial services industry will imminently face.
After many years working in banking, I’m convinced that financial services are ripe for transformation driven by new technologies.
Nationwide, the world’s largest building society, today announces it has invested in 10x Future Technologies as it aims to disrupt the business banking market by delivering “game-changing” customer service on both the high street and online.
Antony Jenkins was appointed to the Board of US mortgage giant Fannie Mae in July 2018.
Former Amazon, BBC, Sky and Virgin Media tech executive joins 10x.
Antony Jenkins' 10x Future Technologies Raises £34m In Series A Funding Round.