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    Karen Epper Hoffman Sep 13, 2017

    For consumers, piqued interest on rising deposit rates

    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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  • The Next Wave of Checking Redesign

    • Hugh Gallagher
    • Gordon Goetzmann
    • Jim McCormick
    May 17, 2013

    Checking account redesign can boost profitability if the account designers carefully match features with their targeted customer segments.

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  • Banking’s Big Opportunity with Small Dollar Loans

    • Robert C. Giltner
    • Gregory S. Schreacke
    May 7, 2013

    While payday or cash-advance credit is a regulatory no-no, financial institutions have other valid options for making small dollar loans.

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  • Best Practices for New Product Roll-Outs

    Tim Daley Mar 20, 2013

    Banks hoping for a successful new product roll-out need to roll up their sleeves and dig much deeper than the vendor’s statement of work.

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  • The Size Advantage in Deposit Pricing

    Dan Geller Feb 22, 2013

    An analysis of the link between the asset size of banks and the yield they pay on deposits shows that the bigger the bank, the lower the yield.

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  • Price and Product Integration in Mergers

    • Jens Baumgarten
    • David Chung
    • Georg Wuebker
    Feb 12, 2013

    Successful bank mergers require one often-overlooked feature: price and product integration.

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  • From Commoditized to Customized Deposits

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    Neil Stanley Feb 1, 2013

    As baby boomers retire, they are likely to avoid the traditional time deposit in favor of customized solutions that address their needs more directly.

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  • Time is Money in Deposit Pricing

    Dan Geller Jan 14, 2013

    Timely information about competitor deposit pricing behavior can save a bank substantial interest expense.

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