Global banking is increasingly recognizing the importance of cloud technology in its digital transformation efforts. According to a report by the Economist Intelligence Unit, 72% of international banks believe that moving to the cloud will help them achieve their business priorities. Cloud adoption allows banks to efficiently enhance cost management and risk evaluation. However, despite the potential benefits, only 13% of financial-services leaders have migrated their data to the cloud. Post-pandemic, 54% of financial decision-makers plan to hybridize their businesses in the upcoming fiscal years. The cloud banking market is projected to reach $102 billion in 2030, with the United States leading in cloud adoption. Cloud computing offers several advantages for financial institutions, including cost savings, flexibility, improved security and compliance, and the integration of AI. Major banks like JPMorgan Chase, Capital One, and HSBC have embraced cloud technology to drive digital transformation and achieve operational efficiency. With the potential for data security and innovative management, cloud adoption and AI integration are expected to thrive in the coming decades, addressing fraudulent incidents and improving the overall banking experience.