• A capital dilemma

    Robert Stowe England
    Robert Stowe England Oct 26, 2016

    It’s a tough time for community banks to raise capital–and the regulators aren’t making it any easier.

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  • Restoring trust with innovation and values

    Catherine A. Allen Feb 1, 2010

    Restoring customer trust in banks requires combining old-fashioned values with innovative solutions.

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  • Downsizing the ‘branch of the future’?

    Katie Kuehner-Hebert
    Katie Kuehner-Hebert Mar 1, 2010

    Amid uncertainties about the national economy, bankers are seeking to balance improved service with cost-effectiveness in their branch networks.

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  • Fixing risk when IT is booked

    Tom Miller Mar 1, 2010

    When a bank needs to improve risk management systems and IT is absorbed with other priorities, risk managers need to look at intelligent decision automation.

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  • Preparing for the worst

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    Karen Epper Hoffman Mar 1, 2010

    Banks located in earthquake-prone zones stress the importance of a multi-pronged disaster recovery plan that is continually updated and communicated throughout the organization.

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  • Onboarding 2.0

    Gary Stein Apr 1, 2010

    Developing primary relationships requires more than customer incentives and new product features. For many banks, the key is improved customer onboarding.

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  • The customer experience in high-def

    Frank Aloi Apr 1, 2010

    Transforming the customer experience from unremarkable to sensational requires ascertaining the customer’s true needs.

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  • Rebuilding the Small Business Franchise

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    Charles B. Wendel May 1, 2010

    To regain the trust of their customers, small business bankers need to go beyond lending and redefine the offer to include some form of advisory services.

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  • Innovating for customers

    Debbie Bianucci
    Debbie Bianucci May 5, 2010

    Banking mavericks help design and implement products to meet the real needs of customers.

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  • Reading, Writing and … Financial Literacy

    Susan C. Keating May 5, 2010

    To help consumers avoid a repeat of the recent financial crisis, banks need to do more to help improve financial literacy.

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  • Social Media: Boon or Bane for Banks?

    David Nussenbaum Jun 1, 2010

    Facebook and Twitter can help financial institutions know their customers better but can also help fraudsters know them better as well.

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  • Branch Networks in Transition

    Gary S. Shaivitz Jun 1, 2010

    A changing customer base will require new forms of bank branch networks in the future, with the emphasis on smaller and more specialized facilities.

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  • Entering the Sales ‘Zone'

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    Kenneth Cline Jun 17, 2010

    Consultant Kevin Hoffberg says building a high-performing sales culture in banking requires athletic-like focus and determination.

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  • Win One for the Coach

    Paul Robert Jul 1, 2010

    Turning managers into sales coaches is the key to effective sales performance on the branch frontline.

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  • Independent Risk Oversight, Not More Regulation

    Seamus McMahon Jul 1, 2010

    Effective risk oversight on a national and global scale requires a government-sponsored but non-regulatory organization.

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  • Re-thinking Credit Treatment Strategies

    Lynne Labrador Jul 16, 2010

    To avoid damaging good customer relationships because of credit issues, financial institutions need to take a more proactive approach to handling delinquencies.

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  • The Case for Outsourcing ATMs

    David Dove Aug 1, 2010

    Many banks recoil at the notion of giving up control of their ATM networks, but cost and value considerations make it worth considering.

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  • Value for Value

    Debbie Bianucci
    Debbie Bianucci Aug 1, 2010

    Post-financial crisis, banks will need to improve their performance in four key areas to restore lost revenue growth.

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  • Helping to Restore the Customer Connection

    Michael Ruckman Aug 1, 2010

    In the wake of the financial crisis, helping customers in their time of need may be the key to competitive advantage and stability for the future.

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  • The Relationship Approach to Retail Loan Growth

    • Rick Spitler
    • Gaurav Gupta
    Sep 1, 2010

    As lenders fight for growth through market share gains, the competitive emphasis will tilt from pushing products to cultivating fuller customer relationships.

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