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
  • 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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  • The grand financial adventure of starting a new bank

    Lou Carlozo Jun 4, 2019

    MI Bank chairman and CEO Robb Farr, and senior vice president core technology Erin Tecker, discuss their two-year path to creating a new bank, their goals for business banking, and what it's like to take part in Detroit's comeback story.

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  • Your guide to winning business banking customers

    Lou Carlozo May 28, 2019

    BAI's Mark Riddle and Jason Mencias share the findings from the latest BAI Banking Outlook, which examines trends and challenges in business banking.

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  • The secrets to effective digital transformation

    Lou Carlozo May 21, 2019

    How do community banks and other financial institutions keep up with the unprecedented changes in the digital landscape? Kim Capps, chief operating officer for Southern Bank, shares her thoughts on this week’s podcast.

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