• Charles Wendel
    Charles Wendel May 17, 2019

    Answer these ten questions to win the deposit growth game

    Competition is fierce; funds often scarce. Here’s how build a game-changing deposit culture.

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  • Five ways financial services organizations can build trust

    Deidre H. Campbell
    Deidre H. Campbell May 3, 2018

    A new study shows trust gains in the financial sector have stalled. These focus points can help banks recover the forward momentum.

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  • A recipe for banking success: passion, caring and daring

    Duena Blomstrom
    Duena Blomstrom Apr 23, 2018

    Deferring learning about FinTech is not an option. What’s more, there’s a deficit in the so-called soft value of heart.

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  • Writing a non-friction book: Towards a seamless bank lending process

    Geoff Williams
    Geoff Williams Apr 20, 2018

    FinTechs, mortgage brokers and online lenders excel at ease and speed. But some roadblocks demand the human touch banks have in spades.

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  • Changing the score: How alternative lenders rethink FICO ratings

    Jeanne Pinder_resized
    Jeanne Pinder Apr 13, 2018

    For years, creditworthiness has hinged on payment history. But a new breed of lenders has added new metrics to the formula.

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  • A higher interest level: Sizing up the challenges for deposits in 2018

    Daniel Smith
    Daniel Smith Feb 23, 2018

    With increased costs, expect a fight to retain and attract client deposits. Here’s how your financial institution can come out on top.

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  • For consumers, piqued interest on rising deposit rates

    KAREN EPPER HOFFMAN_resized
    Karen Epper Hoffman Sep 13, 2017

    Gone are the days when banks could count on depositors seeking shelter from the recession. With rising rates, how can banks rise to the occasion?

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  • Mortgage lending and the wonders of Day 1 Certainty

    Laura Williamson
    Laura Williamson Sep 12, 2017

    Fannie Mae’s approach smooths the mortgage process for borrowers and originators. But starting requires willingness to change old ways.

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