• Clodagh Swennumson Sep 13, 2019

    Of process and progress: How automated reconciliation manages internal controls

    Manual processes can no longer keep up with compliance and fraud fighting objectives. Here’s how automation makes a difference.

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  • How consumer experience in financial services will lead the charge—and the change

    Nikhil Lele
    Nikhil Lele Jul 10, 2019

    Consumers want financial services geared to life events and based on subscription models. Is the industry ready to follow suit?

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  • How one bank championed community resurgence

    BAI Managing Editor Lou Carlozo
    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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  • How cyberthieves found blockchain’s weak link

    Howard Altman_resized
    Howard Altman Jul 3, 2019

    Perhaps goaded on by high-tech boasting, hackers cracked the mighty fortress known as blockchain. What will they target next?

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  • CECL status check: Is it time to accelerate your implementation plan?

    Rick Martin Jul 3, 2019

    Solve the CECL puzzle without it becoming an overwhelming task. Here’s how to break it down into solvable components.

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  • Fintech friendship: How banks can make peace and profits with financial technology companies

    Rui Nunes
    Rui Nunes Jul 2, 2019

    Tech has changed how consumers act and what they expect. Banks can learn from the digital giants that already delight them.

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  • The ins and outs of winning at innovation

    BAI Managing Editor Lou Carlozo
    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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  • Attack the hack: How banks can beat modern malware

    David Vergara
    David Vergara Jun 28, 2019

    Hackers have been relentless in their evil creativity. Banks can fight back and keep themselves—and their customers—safe.

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