But for the apparent bragging of a careless hacker, the losses could’ve been catastrophic. Here’s what banks can learn from the near debacle.
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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.
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.