• George Warfel
    George Warfel Feb 15, 2019

    How banks can gain a clearer vision of high tech's next wave

    For decades, banks have failed to forecast and thus seize on high-tech breakthroughs. Here’s how to break from the pack.

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  • Podcast: Giving struggling consumers a second look

    BAI Managing Editor Lou Carlozo
    Lou Carlozo Jun 5, 2018

    Luvleen Sidhu co-founder, president and chief strategy officer of BankMobile, discusses breakthrough practices that can help make a difference.

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  • Turning affordable cities into fintech opportunities

    Nigel Wilson
    Nigel Wilson Jun 4, 2018

    Following England’s lead, banks and fintechs have the chance to turn second-tier U.S. cities into first-rate startup hubs.

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  • How eSignatures help banks improve customer experience

    Michael-Ball
    Michael Ball May 21, 2018

    With so many aspects of banking going digital—and consumers following along—electronic signatures are coming into their own.

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  • Should banks build or buy conversational AI?

    Dror Oren
    Dror Oren May 16, 2018

    The FinTech philosophy of conventional banks needs a fresh look in the era of the chatbot and virtual assistant.

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  • Why blockchain matters—and bitcoin doesn’t

    George Warfel
    George Warfel May 14, 2018

    Many assume the digital ledger exists to trade cryptocurrency. In truth, blockchain stands to change banking for good, with or without bitcoin.

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  • Podcast: From going digital to growing digital with power and purpose

    BAI Managing Editor Lou Carlozo
    Lou Carlozo May 8, 2018

    Julien Courbe, of PwC, weighs in on how banks can gain focus and renewed perspective through picking the right projects—and leveraging the never-ending endgame of stellar customer experience.

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  • Let the cloud reign: The rise of regulatory reporting as a service

    Ajay Katara
    Ajay Katara May 2, 2018

    It’s known by an impossible acronym, RRaaS. But as a solution to the rigors of regulation, it may well deserve a double-A grade.

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