Lauri Giesen
Aug 5, 2020

Tech experts from the financial services industry share insights on what bank and credit union leaders need to know up front.

What to do with all those deposits? It’s a problem banks of all sizes are wrestling with in this curiously sluggish economy.

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Banks and credit unions of all sizes are exploring ways they can better meet the needs of financially underserved consumers.

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What to do with the branch in an era of declining revenues is one of the top strategic problems facing retail bankers as they look to 2012 and beyond.

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The flood of activity in mobile commerce is eerily reminiscent of the Internet boom a decade ago when banks developed the host of eCommerce capabilities that are commonplace today.

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A bank is a digital business and, as a digital business, can be broken down into pure bits and bytes.

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Bankers have long puzzled over how to serve small business customers profitably, given that this market falls into a fuzzy grey area between retail and commercial banking.

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Increasing business with underserved consumers represents a significant opportunity for the nation’s banks.

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Organic growth in banking revenue and profit has been extremely challenging lately.

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As banks increasingly grapple with trying to reduce the high cost of their branch networks, one would think that more institutions would look at lower-cost in-store branches.

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The introduction of the $5 debit card fee and its subsequent withdrawal can teach us two lessons: one, consumers are very sensitive to any additional banking fees, and two, there are more productive ways to improve the bottom line through a reduction in interest expense.

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