Sameer Hajarnis
May 14, 2020

The coronavirus has created a need for ways to work outside the branch setting that may endure even after the pandemic eases.

According to the BAI Banking Outlook: Trends in 2020 survey, roughly half of Millennial, Gen X and Gen Z consumers expressed a willingness to switch financial services providers for better banking apps and digital platform capabilities.

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Tumultuous shifts in the financial services industry over the past decade have cast many banks adrift in stormy seas of change.

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I’ve always felt that reporters and editors have some of the best vantage points in the house.

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Blockchain technology is a promising disruptor for dozens of current industries for a simple reason: It enables trusted digital relationships without centralized administration.

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It’s fascinating to recall that less than 40 years ago, the internet and banks had literally yet to connect.

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Conventional wisdom would have us believe that banks and fintech startups mix about as well as oil and water.

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Not Supported Getting to the heart of serving small- and medium-sized businesses has been a heartache for banks, as they struggle to make many work-intensive transactions into a large, meaningful chunk of volume.

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Banks have traditionally focused on an approach where businesses view the world through a banking lens.

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Not Supported Whatever the months ahead hold for technology in financial services—from open banking to closing the gaps between fintechs and banks—the future is coming faster than ever.

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