Terry Badger
Sep 22, 2020

On this week's podcast, Amy Radin, a leading voice on innovation in financial services, discusses the opportunities banks and credit unions have to innovate, as well as the BAI Global Innovations Awards, where Radin serves as a judge.

Not Supported Over the last decade, financial services innovation has flourished not just in volume but also in variety.

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Not Supported Digital transformation demands that the role of the CFO change to meet a very particular, poignant set of challenges.

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Today’s community banking environment demands an extra layer of hustle and decisive action to grow and compete.

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  With roots in business academia, behavior finance provides answers to explain the perplexing things all of us do as consumers.

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  Fraud has moved far beyond the days of passing bad checks and rigging ledger books, both in its volume and sophistication.

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Wouldn’t it be nice to program a bank’s digital journey into a computer? Aside from being impossible, the task of digital transformation becomes that much harder for those who run community and regional banks in competitive markets.

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Innovation in financial services sometimes overlooks the pressing needs of consumers who teeter on the edge of financial peril.

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Thanks to mobile technology and easy ecommerce, consumers find themselves in a new position of power where they compare their banking experience to other aspects of their effortless, seamless world.

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Pinning down the fine points of how banks can conduct themselves ethically–and establish best practices across the organization–has always been tricky.

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Data can yield great value for banks and even more for customers.

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