Issues : Growth
MVB Financial Corp. CEO Larry Mazza lays out how the bank brought in more shareholders, liquidity and growth into its stock.
“Content Experience.” It may sound like yet another unwieldy or unnecessary marketing term, but banks risk losing market share to a new class of digital-only banks
Innovative technologies helped two banks serve customers and comply with regulations more efficiently.
The right data can rip the blinders from bankers’ eyes, increase productivity and give them a competitive advantage once more.
The perception that direct mail doesn’t resonate with potential bank customers and produce meaningful returns just isn’t true.
There were 11,971 U.S. banks and thrifts in 1995. Today there are 5,362. And the direction of one critical metric suggests that we may still have too many.
Banks can use transaction account information to increase the speed and efficiency of digital loans by creating an expanded view of the customer, automating decisions and monitoring credit.
Bankers can leverage data and digital capabilities to fix problems that have plagued commercial credit for thousands of years and make their lending more efficient.
Banks should consider two metrics when calculating how profitable their customers are.
A growing number of banks are partnering with mortgage subservicers because of better flexibility, compliance and results.