• Tom Long
    Tom Long Dec 13, 2017

    How to drive strong revenue growth in a thin-margin era

    With a sharp focus on factors such as improved retention and market penetration, and entering new markets, strategic banks can make the most of the sales growth curve.

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  • ALLL’s well that ends well: CECL, strategic planning and forecasting ALLL

    Tom Caragher_resized
    Tom Caragher Apr 17, 2017

    Current expected credit loss data helps forecast allowance for loan and lease losses—and power smart decisions.

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  • Catching fraud off guard: How artificial intelligence will power next-generation fraud mitigation

    Akli Adjaoute
    Akli Adjaoute Apr 3, 2017

    Battling money laundering and fraud demands a next-generation force that can outthink the crooks.

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  • As interest rates rise and fall, behold the constant of quality control

    Jay Hinton
    Jay Hinton Mar 30, 2017

    A robust QC program keeps mortgage processing at peak efficiency, even through sudden surges in volume.

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  • Podcast: Spotting and fighting synthetic fraud

    BAI Managing Editor Lou Carlozo
    Lou Carlozo Mar 24, 2017

    On the last episode of Season One of the BAI Banking Strategies podcast, we talk with Colin Carvey of TransUnion about synthetic fraud.

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  • Collect, correct and correlate: CECL standards and the need for data

    Tom Caragher_resized
    Tom Caragher Mar 22, 2017

    Current expected credit loss standards rest on precise data requirements—which in turn demand precise data sets.

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  • Nothing regular about RegTech

    KAREN EPPER HOFFMAN_resized
    Karen Epper Hoffman Mar 14, 2017

    Efficient, accurate and fast, regulatory technology could master the compliance maze for financial service organizations.

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  • Lights, cameras, inaction threaten banking security

    Howard Altman_resized
    Howard Altman Mar 6, 2017

    Experts say it’s urgent to turn the focus back on finding and fixing internet vulnerabilities—and do it now—before the oncoming explosion of connected devices.

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