Banks pay when funds leave their institution for micro-savings fintechs, even if they eventually come back.
Branch deals have unique considerations that prospective bidders should keep in mind before submitting a bid.
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
Banks engaged in M&A have a wide-ranging amount of things to think about ahead of a deal, ranging from compensation to concentration.
Most bankers mistakenly believe there are three choices when it comes to data conversions, all of which create costs and risks for the bank.
Customers vote with their dollars if the bank’s digital experience isn’t up to par.
The Federal Reserve’s proposed rule on control and divestitures has four significant and broad implications for banks and investors.
Banks that are willing to embrace innovation and use the right analytics tool can create a data strategy that capitalizes on their highest-value customers.
Banks that seek a premium stock valuation should consider ways to increase the quality of their earnings.
Betting on a newer technology provider has its risks but, under the right conditions, the rewards can pay off.