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It’s time for banks to stop working against what customers are telling them and start solving the right problems in the right ways
Regulatory hot topics and exam findings from 2019 give us a good road map for 2020 exam preparation
$37.4 billion worth of M&A deals completed in Q4 brings FY2019 total to $87.2 billion – 1.8 times more than previous year
Starts off focusing on topline growth and takes it from there
Calling 2020 the year of the “disruption of the status quo.”
The new initiative could transform the efficiency of wholesale financing in the auto industry
That means updating risk management practices and refining collections approaches
A timely commentary in light of this week’s news about Apple and Goldman Sachs
How can credit scores be so good when a downturn is increasingly likely?
Traditional statistical models are limited in the number of dimensions they can access
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Webinar: In-person and Remote Banking –
Why this Hybrid Model is the Future of the Branch

Banks combine the brick and mortar
physical banking experience with virtual banking

Time/Date: August 5th, 2021 2:00 P.M. ET

As consumers increasingly prefer to engage with their bank remotely instead of going to a branch location, institutions are looking to modernize the ways in which they interact with customers. Depending on the complexity of the banking activity, some consumers will use self-service digital channels while others will turn to channels where they can get human help. In a hybrid banking model, banks combine the brick and mortar physical banking experience with virtual banking.

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