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Karen Epper Hoffman

Karen Epper Hoffman has been writing about banking and technology issues for nearly a quarter of a century for publications including American Banker, Bloomberg Businessweek and Financial Times' The Banker. She has also spoken and moderated panels at industry conferences.

  • For consumers, piqued interest on rising deposit rates

    Karen Epper Hoffman Sep 13, 2017

    Gone are the days when banks could count on depositors seeking shelter from the recession. With rising rates, how can banks rise to the occasion?

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  • The ATM turns 50—and hits a digital crossroads

    Karen Epper Hoffman Jul 24, 2017

    The ’60s innovation remains a retail banking staple—but a spotty marketing tool. Can the ATM mature into more than a cash dispensary?

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  • Alternative music for millennials: New payment options to win them over

    Karen Epper Hoffman Apr 7, 2017

    Millennials aren’t yet sold on mobile payments, but banks can start singing their tune with loyalty perks and speedier transactions.

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  • Nothing regular about RegTech

    Karen Epper Hoffman Mar 14, 2017

    Efficient, accurate and fast, regulatory technology could master the compliance maze for financial service organizations.

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  • Branching out, reaching out

    Karen Epper Hoffman Mar 1, 2017

    Banks large and small are rethinking physical retail delivery. But rather than just work with decreased spaces and increased tech, forward-thinking institutions are taking a more considered, human approach to branch updates.

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  • Outside what box? What happens when smart women tackle tough InfoSec challenges

    Karen Epper Hoffman Jan 17, 2017

    These women collaborate, communicate and create with the best of them. But the banking industry can do more to increase their ranks.

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