Contributor : Amber Buker
New models for growing deposits may mean backburning a bank’s brand, but create big opportunities for new business lines and customer segments.
Three key features separate modern cores from the legacy systems that dominate the U.S. market today.
The pace of regulatory change in banking continues to speed up even with the recent trend of deregulation. As banks work to keep pace, regulatory change management technology is positioned to lighten their load.
One bank eliminated card-not-present fraud, reached new customers and increased revenues through technology that changes a card’s security credentials.
Fintechs are working with banks to create unique and more personal relationships with customers.
As third-party fintechs chip away at customer interactions with their bank, insurtech may help rebuild sticky relationships.
Consider taking these three steps to ensure your bank is regtech-ready.
Technology to help banks comply with the regulatory burden continues to evolve.
Audience surveys conducted at Acquire or Be Acquired reveal opinions on growth options and competitive threats.
Creating a culture of innovation within your bank will result in more creativity than setting up an innovation lab.