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.
  • Podcast: How efficient banks can bolster small businesses

    Lou Carlozo May 1, 2018

    Gavin Harding, senior business consultant with Experian, explains why for small businesses, memories of the Great Recession are finally fading, leaving a lending climate that’s ripe with possibility.

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  • For a former Amazon leader, data transparency in banking has clear advantages

    Lou Carlozo Apr 25, 2018

    Andreas Weigend, Amazon's former chief scientist, shares his compelling vision for how financial institutions can leverage data for consumer benefit.

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  • Podcast: How banks will win customers in a "do it for me" payments world

    Lou Carlozo Apr 24, 2018

    Fran Duggan shares how banks can be the catalyst to exceed customer expectations in the payments world.

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  • Podcast: The bank branch dilemma: Smart answers to vexing questions

    Lou Carlozo Apr 17, 2018

    David Kerstein reveals which common assumptions about branches aren't always spot on, while offering precise insights on the road ahead.

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  • Podcast: A Netflix talent guru weighs in on bank talent management

    Lou Carlozo Apr 10, 2018

    Patty McCord, Netflix's former chief talent officer, talks about why banks should do away with both performance reviews and the notion of the “empowered” employee.

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  • Podcast: Building the best defense against crooks and hackers

    Lou Carlozo Apr 3, 2018

    David Bryan of IBM’s X-Force Red reveals how white hat hackers test (and often defeat) the cybersecurity measures businesses have in place, while offering practical advice for keeping bank data secure.

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