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When gramps borrows for junior’s college
Juicy targets beckon buyers
Small business success requires fresh th…
Revolution, mobile, and CRA
In M&A, communication reigns
“I work for a hedge fund and I hate myse…
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Stop trying so hard at your job
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Dueling regs can hurt consumers
Contactless payment card with fingerprin…
Lines of Business
Lines of Business
What's happened to the prime rate?
Could 18% prime whack you and your customers in this lifetime?
Experience counts for the customer most of all
Yet another acronym is making the rounds; this one, CEM, or customer experience management, roughly combines the adage "the customer is always right" with the latest techno-scheme of "predictive analytics."
Tale of three cities: London, Washington, and Rome
What can bankers learn from recent headlines?
Real-life risk management: "Owning the risk," "tone at the top," and more
A Compliance Conversation with Wolters Kluwer
Make the unbanked bankable
Who wins when a bank finds a way to safely extend financial services to individuals traditionally deemed out of the mainstream?
The eye's have it!
If you haven't noticed, there is a theme to my most recent blogs. The relationship between ourselves and our technology is changing!
Developing the well rounded lender
4 steps to take, and a word on "typecasting"
Security could be the most important use for Big Data
The application of advanced analytics to detect and thwart sophisticated fraud increasingly is seen as the next, logical step in protecting customer data and identities.
Subprime mortgages under a new name
Is "Dignity Mortgage" seeds of future trouble?
What can you learn from a juggler?
Hint: It has nothing to do with "dropping the ball"
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