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Bringing in new customers is increasingly happening online rather than in person
US Bank and Huntington have developed new personalized digital services for individual customers
Within this adversity lies an opportunity for banks to revamp their call centers and retain customers
Coronavirus worries have helped boost the case for contactless card payments
Association responds to recent NPR report on the closure of bank branches
The E-Sign Act was signed into law over two decades ago
The three lenders join a small number of regional banks announcing partnerships to open new branches in their local communities
The bank is reopening revamped branches, while others are adding physical branches in face of online shift
When technology is table stakes, customer relationships win market share
The strength of mobile and online offerings continue to drive positive reviews from users, according to JD Power.
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Webinar: Real-Time Payments in the U.S. Market

Time/Date: June 16, 2021 2:00 p.m. ET

The U.S. has come a long way in its journey to real-time payments, with TCH and Zelle in market and FedNow just around the corner. COVID-19 has accelerated that demand to move to real-time. Yet many financial institutions remain unconvinced of the need to move, with less than 3% of financial institutions signed up today.

In this Banking Exchange hosted webinar Celent’s Gareth Lodge, Senior Analyst, Global Payments, and Alacriti’s Mark Ranta, Payments Practice Lead, discuss the findings in the Celent research report, Real-Time Payments in the US Market: Speeding Up or Slowing Down? A Call to Arms.

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