Terry Badger
Jul 14, 2020

Digital banking has gained momentum as COVID-19 has dried up branch visits and face-to-face interactions. BAI's Mark Riddle and Jason Mencias discuss digital banking trends, what different demographics value and how financial institutions are handling the pandemic's disruptions.

Each new generation determines its own unique way to bank.

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With financial institutions of all sizes undergoing digital transformation, a vast array of new technologies are being designed to cut costs, increase convenience and deepen customer relationships.

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Welcome to another decade, banking.

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As the banking industry faces tighter margins and increasing competition for customers, many financial executives find themselves looking to cost reductions and department downsizing to better their bottom lines.

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Retail banks tend not to disclose detailed breakdowns of the costs associated with their branch networks.

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Faced with thinning margins, increasingly complex regulations and consumer demands for digital channels, today’s financial institutions find themselves under more pressure than ever to use their time and resources as efficiently as they can.

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Inefficiencies such as a bank’s disjointed data systems, manual processing of authentication for new account openings or outdated payment processes don’t just cause headaches for employees and customers alike — they also play directly into the hands of fraudsters.

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Financial institutions have long been wary about lending to small companies – the conventional thinking is that the risks tend to outweigh the profits.

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Consumer borrowing is at a record $14 trillion in the U.

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The pricing of banking products has gotten more interesting over the last few years, thanks to competitive pressure from fintechs and neobanks, rising customer expectations, greater regulatory scrutiny and a changing interest rate environment.

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