Standard Chartered keeps faith with quantum experimentation

The bank is aiming to future-proof itself with the ability to adopt new technology at an early stage.

Quantum computing technology is not yet a mainstay of the capital markets and it could be a decade or more before it is widely used. That said, some firms are trying to get ahead of the curve by discovering how they might integrate the technology into their existing toolbox.

Elena Strbac, global head of data science and innovation for corporate and investment banking at Standard Chartered, tells WatersTechnology that quantum computing is a complex area and building skills and knowledge takes time

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