• Ancin Cooley
    Ancin Cooley Feb 17, 2017

    Success with bite: Setting the menu for risk appetite

    Lending programs don’t emerge fully formed from out of nowhere. Here’s how assessing risk appetite empowers banks and credit unions.

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  • Success with bite: Setting the menu for risk appetite

    Ancin Cooley
    Ancin Cooley Feb 17, 2017

    Lending programs don’t emerge fully formed from out of nowhere. Here’s how assessing risk appetite empowers banks and credit unions.

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  • The loan less traveled: To partner or not to partner with alternative lenders?

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    Charles B. Wendel Jan 27, 2017

    Spelling out a partnership with AFCs isn’t always as easy as ABC. But the dynamics promise to evolve in the next few years.

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  • In the new recipe for helpful banking robots, Pepper provides the spice

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    Lou Carlozo Jan 26, 2017

    The humanoid concierge deployed by Japan’s Mizuho Financial Group has been a runaway hit with customers—and judges—at the BAI Global Innovation Awards.

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  • Minimizing problems in legacy software

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    David Mackay Jun 7, 2016

    To reduce the ‘technical debt’ accruing in their legacy systems, banks need to examine their procedures for software development and maintenance, as well as the problems specific to their legacy code.

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  • Surviving three most common M&A challenges

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    Ruth Razook Apr 25, 2016

    Successful mergers require banks to surmount the challenges of managing critical timelines, transitioning to a new corporate culture and designing a solid plan for the consolidation.

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  • Strategic vendor management now a necessity

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    Terence Roche Apr 5, 2016

    Banks face a competitive disadvantage if non-traditional innovators develop technology that creates a better customer experience that can’t be matched by their current vendors.

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  • The importance of stress scenarios in budgeting

    Bryan Ridgway Dec 16, 2015

    With an imminent rise in interest rates possible, financial institutions need to run stress scenarios as part of their budgeting process to weigh the impact of those rising rates.

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