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Examples of Disintermediation
The Internet in the Workplace: How New Technology Is …
recent past, in which the Internet's rapid growth initiated a wave of dis- locations,
disintermediations, and astonishing changes in compensation packages. For
example, many organizations are placing people trained in information
technology into special, privileged categories because of work- force shortages.
Certain types …
Blockchain: Opportunities for Health Care – HealthIT.gov
Aug 3, 2016 … Particularly compelling use cases for blockchain technology include the
Precision Medicine … to realize the benefits of improved data integrity,
decentralization and disintermediation of trust, and reduced …. As a transaction
layer, the blockchain can store two types of information: (1) “On-chain” data that is
The Internet Revolution, a Threat or Opportunity for the Hong Kong …
The Knowledge Customer Example: Page 8. Disintermediation. • If all that a
Tourist Agent is offering is: – Only Ticketing (due to access of proprietary
information,. e.g. flight availability.. Hotel vacancies..) – Commodity Product:
Forced to Lower … into agent discount. • A good chance that disintermediation
will occur soon.
Disintermediation: A Disaster or a Discipline?.
end-user confidence, and disintermediation as the discipline of the future. The
paper … Abstract: The term 'disintermediation' has developed to describe the
finding of information by an end- user without the … example, regularly has
column inches devoted to it in the national press, not only in the computer
sections or the.
Distributed ledger technology in payments, clearing, and settlement
has been used by the industry in a variety of ways and so does not have a single
definition. Because … 2 For example, technology research firm Gartner, which
monitors emerging technologies, estimates that it will be five to ten ….. extreme
scenario where services are disintermediated, these assets could be held directly
Recent Developments in Discount Window Policy – Board of …
amounts and of types that are satisfactory to the lending Reserve Bank. … For
example, of the approximately 27,000 depository institutions eligible to borrow at
the beginning of this year,. 1. Regardless of the expected duration of a discount
window loan, Reserve ….. the magnitude of the disintermediation at thrift
Banking Legislation and Regulation – FDIC
portant example of such authority, and one that had implications for the banking
crises of the 1980s, was …. been occurring in the financial services industry since
the 1960s, for example, and had … 12 Disintermediation is “an excess of
withdrawals from a depository institution's interest-bearing accounts over its
Creative Industries – Gov.uk
convergence and disintermediation – all of which have led to a landscape of
increased connectivity … New platforms, disintermediation, and fragmentation of
markets all present challenges in …. in web and mobile. Their joint project to
develop their technology to enable the real-time viewing of high-definition 3D
Supervisory Insights – FDIC
For example, creative solutions may be required to display disclosures on a
mobile device's small screen. As not all mobile payments give rise to the same
rights, ….. banks; and in some cases (5) a payment card sponsoring bank used to
manage bank payment card programs. … disintermediation is a loss of access to.
A Framework for FinTech – Obama White House Archives
Oct 21, 2016 … for example, promote financial inclusion, expand access to capital for individuals
and small businesses … world.1 Examples of this work include establishing the
Open Data Initiative, which unlocked over. 200,000 ….. companies often seek to
add value by disintermediating or disrupting traditional financial.
Retail & Supply Chain Management – Department of Higher Education
channels. The store, direct, and dealer / reseller paths in Figure 1.1 are each
channels of distribution. Each level in a supply chain (e.g. distributor, OEM, or
supplier) is called an echelon. Bypassing an echelon is a process called
disintermediation. Disintermediation, in some cases, can lower cost, inventory, .
and lead times.
The Impact of the Dodd-Frank Act and Basel III on the Fixed Income …
Feb 24, 2016 … To take one example, some 20 percent of all investment grade AA-rated
structured securities ever rated by …. example, the decline in the number of small
community banks, which has been ongoing since the. 1980s … “disintermediation
” of major dealer banks that were the key intermediaries in trading and.
Bankers' challenges in electronic banking, management perspectives
Apr 9, 2014 … Examples and demo cases. Channels in turmoil. From web 2.0 to web 3.0
internet banking. From e-banking to social media (payments and banking). •
Possibilities. • Services. • Costs. Web 3.0 without banking intervention. •
Disintermediation. • Challenges. • Benefits and dangers. Upgraded ATM's.
Proposed Compensation Rule Preamble Disclaimer – NCUA
Apr 21, 2016 … section-by-section description of the proposed rule.11 To help explain how the
requirements of the proposed rule would work in practice, the Appendix to this
Supplementary Information section sets out an example of an incentive-based
compensation arrangement for a hypothetical senior executive officer …
Utility Business Models in a Low Load Growth/High DG Future
Apr 10, 2013 … “Disintermediation” – Jim Rogers, President and CEO Duke Energy. • Significant
activity across a range of actors in identifying, understanding, and addressing …
What are the implications of this future for utility business models? • Who is doing
what? • What is the continuum of utility business models?
FinTech Futures: The UK as a World Leader in … – Brave New Coin
Mar 11, 2015 … As one example, some approaches to crowd funding may encourage excessive
risk-taking. In depersonalised online environments people are also more likely to
defraud others and exploit … This has led to disintermediation between front, …
Examples include questionable practices by businesses.
34-60684 – SEC.gov
Sep 18, 2009 … marketable orders – for example, those orders that establish the national best bid
and offer – are. “resting” orders that … For example, a marketable flash order to
buy can execute immediately against a. 10. See, e.g., Securities ….. as fair
competition, market efficiency, best execution, and disintermediation.”).
1 Anil Perera, Deborah Ralston, Jayasinghe Wickramanayake …
for monetary authorities particularly with regard to the definition of monetary
aggregates and evaluation of monetary policy effectiveness. JEL Classification:
E44; E5; G21; G32. Key Words: Financial disintermediation; Off-balance sheet
banking; Monetary transmission; Bank lending channel; Panel estimates; South