In this episode of Finance in Focus, banking experts Likhit Wagle and Boxley Llewellyn describe how banks can use the science of customer insight to take costs out of their business, provide superior customer experiences and work smoothly with fintech start-ups.
Consumers want their banks to know them well, and they are more than willing to partner with their financial institutions to help that happen. But many banks are finding that businesses such as Amazon, Google, Uber and AirBNB are meeting consumers’ desires better than they are, even though
In this episode, listen to Chris Skinner and Jeffrey Chan discuss what context analysis is bringing to financial technology. When you do, learn why conversational commerce is becoming the next big thing in the app universe.
When did your bank last wow you with its customer service? Financial institutions create and collect torrents of data each day, and advanced analytics can help them uncover the insights they need to wow their customers, thereby creating “confetti moments.” Listen to banking experts Boxley Llewellyn
According to a 2015 survey of 500 banking and finance executives, cybersecurity and fraud top the agendas of 80 percent of institutions—yet only 56 percent of executives believe that their own organizations have a handle on fraud threats. Counter fraud experts Wilson Davis and David Dixon, authors
The Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB) aims to overhaul Basel banking rules with an eye to addressing problems that surfaced during the global financial crisis. But as the rules near release, many banks worry that the regulations will impose significant new capital requirements while
Brett King, CEO/Founder of Moven, author of Bank 3.0, host of “Breaking Banks” podcast radio show on Voice America, and recipient of the Innovator of the Year award from American Banker magazine, joined us to talk about “smarter digital banking and big data.”
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