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: The future of faster payments

    Lou Carlozo Feb 10, 2017

    Ian Schweid joins the podcast to discuss the work of the Faster Payments Task Force, the rapid changes impacting financial services, and a payments future where driverless cars and appliances could take the lead in consumer interactions.

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  • For CaixaBank customers, a sweet deal is in the cards

    Lou Carlozo Feb 9, 2017

    CaixaBank’s streamlined risk modeling means a seamless customer experience, a feat honored at the 2016 BAI Global Innovation Awards.

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  • Podcast: Millennials and community banking

    Lou Carlozo Feb 3, 2017

    Business and technology expert Graham Seel shares his insights on how community-based financial services organizations can build a good user experience, especially where millennials are concerned.

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  • Private eyes, indeed: Wells Fargo business customers benefit from eyeprint technology

    Lou Carlozo Feb 2, 2017

    The technology scans the finer features of the eye to create a new layer of banking security—and enough buzz to earn accolades in the BAI Global Innovation Awards.

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  • In the new recipe for helpful banking robots, Pepper provides the spice

    Lou Carlozo Jan 26, 2017

    The humanoid concierge deployed by Japan’s Mizuho Financial Group has been a runaway hit with customers—and judges—at the BAI Global Innovation Awards.

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  • Funny money: In new ads, Citi spokesgirl puts secretive adults on the spot

    Lou Carlozo Dec 22, 2016

    She’s 12. She looks innocent. But when she asks grownups to share their financial details, she gains the upper hand in a game of truth-or-dare.

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