• Anne Brennan
    Anne Brennan Nov 29, 2018

    The prime question: Should banks fear Amazon?

    Rather than worrying, banks should find new ways to keep culture, clients and collaboration front and center.

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  • Five ways to foster sustainable banking-fintech partnerships

    Manish Vrishaketu
    Manish Vrishaketu Aug 27, 2018

    When you study the leaders and seek out scaling partnerships, you’re on your way to an unparalleled win-win.

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  • Innovation and the finalist destination

    Craig Guillot
    Craig Guillot Aug 24, 2018

    This year’s BAI Global Innovation Awards finalists share a common attribute: they join banking’s disparate parts in new, challenging ways.

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  • How modernizing legacy technology wins the digital customer

    Alfredo Alvarez
    Alfredo Alvarez Aug 22, 2018

    Obsolete legacy systems limit what banks can do in an age of disruption. More than ever, the drive to modernize is crucial.

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  • How banks and fintechs can converge in a new season of open banking

    Nigel Wilson
    Nigel Wilson Aug 20, 2018

    Open banking’s success in the U.K. presents a tangible, teachable moment of truth for U.S. institutions willing to move ahead.

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  • How one bank won the revenue game through the ‘sales hunter’

    Anne Brennan
    Anne Brennan Aug 17, 2018

    CIBC’s pilot program got team members in the field where they accessed clients easily and helpfully—and won their business.

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  • Answering fintech’s multiple-choice question: Build, buy or partner?

    Patrick Sanders
    Patrick Sanders Aug 10, 2018

    There’s no set response, as the best solution varies from bank to bank and hinges on factors far beyond high-tech nuts and bolts.

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  • Security meets flexibility: A checklist for virtual desktop infrastructure

    Mark Hickman
    Mark Hickman Aug 1, 2018

    Working with a VDI helps standardize compliance efforts while keeping employees connected. It also has unique risk considerations.

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