Contributor : John Maxfield
The more things change in banking, the more they stay the same.
Bankers, as a general rule, don’t like to read about financial technology companies. As a writer and editor at a banking publication, I have data
Discussions between technology companies and financial institutions at Bank Director’s Experience FinXTech event yielded three important takeaways for the banking industry.
The winning fintech solutions strike a balance between innovative ideas and results that move the needle for the banking industry.
The more you learn about banking, the more you realize that just a few qualities separate top-performing bankers from the rest — and one is particularly important.
Banks that want to remain independent have plenty of ways to proactively defend against unwanted acquisition offers.
If you talk to enough executives at top-performing banks, one thing you’ll notice is that not all of them identify as bankers.
Rising rates and the threat of a looming recession are on bank directors’ minds, but they’re not the top concern.
It goes without saying that bank executives and directors should strive to learn more about banking. But what should they read to do so?
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