Lauri Giesen

Lauri Giesen

Lauri Giesen has spent more than 25 years writing about banking technology and payments for numerous business and financial publications. In the 1990s, she founded and edited Financial Service Online, a magazine covering Internet-based forays into banking and investment services.

  • Artificial intelligence for real-world regulatory hurdles

    Lauri Giesen Apr 19, 2018

    Balancing the needs of consumers and demands of regulators can be tricky business. But a new wave of technology looks set to bridge the gap.

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  • Fiduciary limbo: The struggle to get in step with the government’s new wealth management rule

    Lauri Giesen Mar 15, 2018

    It’s common sense to honor a client’s best interests. But how to do that remains foggy as the White House reviews—and could rewrite—a new retirement planning rule.

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  • How community banks can mobilize for mobile payments

    Lauri Giesen Feb 28, 2018

    Apple Pay, Samsung Pay and Google Pay are gaining in ubiquity. But are community banks ready to seize the opportunity?

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  • After the Faster Payments Task Force, what next?

    Lauri Giesen Dec 4, 2017

    After delivering an action plan to move the industry forward in 2017, the heavy lifting begins to make a 2020 goal.

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  • How forward-thinking banks connect with LGBT consumers

    Lauri Giesen Nov 6, 2017

    Financial institutions with an eye on the future are marketing to LGBT clientele with targeted ads, niche websites and new products.

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  • Capturing depositors for remote deposit capture

    Lauri Giesen Jul 13, 2017

    Financial institutions have been slow to promote RDC. But to bolster small business efficiency—and bank bottom lines—it’s more than worth the effort.

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