BAI Managing Editor Lou Carlozo

Lou Carlozo

An award-winning journalist, Lou Carlozo previously worked at the Philadelphia Inquirer, Chicago Tribune, AOL, Reuters and U.S. News & World Report. He lives in Chicago.  He can be reached at lcarlozo@bai.org.
  • How one bank championed community resurgence

    Lou Carlozo Jul 9, 2019

    Chris McComish, chief banking officer, consumer and wealth management at Chemical Bank, discusses Detroit's powerful comeback and the role his bank has played in relationship-driven growth and prosperity.

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  • The ins and outs of winning at innovation

    Lou Carlozo Jul 1, 2019

    BAI Global Innovation Awards judge Amy Radin shares proven innovation strategies from her new book, "The Change Maker's Playbook."

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  • Attracting millennials by attacking their challenges

    • Lou Carlozo
    • George Warfel
    Jun 27, 2019

    Faced with a crush of serious financial realities, millennials need forward-thinking banks to help them gain a firm footing in life.

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  • Your road-tested roadmap to sensational innovation

    Lou Carlozo Jun 25, 2019

    In advance of co-leading the BAI Innovation Summit in October, Jason Henrichs of FinTech Forge talks about how banks can create meaningful change in a digital age.

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  • Why consumers want authentic banking—now

    Lou Carlozo Jun 18, 2019

    Rick Calero, senior managing director, institutional client manager for TIAA, talks about the authentic banking movement and its efforts to address a host of issues from financial literacy to the impact of banking fees.

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  • Coming out on top in today’s talent war

    Lou Carlozo Jun 11, 2019

    Janet Coletti, a human resources executive at M&T Bank, discusses the smart strategies banks can use to attract, hire and retain the best talent.

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