Terry Badger
Nov 16, 2021

Growing competition in financial services is fueling a corresponding upswing in innovation among both new entrants and established players. BAI’s Debbie Bianucci and Dennis Gada from Infosys discuss the latest innovations they’re seeing, and how those advances stand to change the industry.

Facebook has 2 billion users, giving it astonishing potential to reach the prospective customers banks want.

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The stereotype is that FinTechs play big.

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As banks, credit unions, and financial services organizations look to better serve their customers, many seek new, innovative ways to understand wants, needs, and behaviors.

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More than just chatbots, artificial intelligence in banking promises to change how the industry tackles its most fundamental tasks and pain points, from serving customers to streamlining troublesome paperwork and processes.

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Where does Chicago stand within the worldwide fintech community and what are its major contributions? Michael Busch, the president of Burling Bank and Lisa Curran, the co-founder of the non-profit industry group FinTEx provide an informed glimpse into what’s going on in Chicago’s fintech scene.

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When the fintech companies burst onto the U.

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We’re well into the age of digital transformation.

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On a recent BAI Banking Strategies podcast, Chris Skinner outlined the tremendous implications of billions of connected devices, and how that calls us today to innovate and expand our efforts to embrace a near future when channels and media boundaries will vanish.

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“Our intuition about the future is linear.

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The WannaCry ransomware that just hit more than 150 nations serves as a sobering reminder of the damage cybercriminals can inflict.

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On this episode of the BAI Banking Strategies podcast, we talk with British banking veteran Anne Boden, the founder of Starling Bank, the first mobile-only banking platform in the U.

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On this episode of the  BAI Banking Strategies podcast, we’re joined by Miranda Hill, director, innovation and commerce strategy at ThoughtWorks in Seattle.

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According to a recent Innovation Management post, Are Corporate Innovation Centers Too Big To Fail?, the number of such centers or labs across the globe jumped from 301 to 456 over the course of the 15 months ending October 2016.

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Controlling fraud and money laundering amounts to a perpetual game that requires a dynamic and evolving process as fraudsters continuously adjust and adapt their techniques.

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Again and again, banks have been warned: FinTech startups will disrupt established financial service organizations and steal business, customers and profits.

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By now it’s a fact of financial life, or perhaps even life immortal: Like a cat with nine lives, or mythical, money-green beast, bank branches simply won’t die.

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You heard it here first, live: Point solutions that provide self-service digital banking are dead.

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Not long ago, mobile phones served a simple purpose: to talk to other people.

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Is the password dead? Perhaps not, if you’re a kid trying to get past the door of a secret clubhouse.

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