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Myth Busting: Does Technology Threaten Tradition?

By Tim Klatt

If yours is a bank rooted in tradition, you’ve probably spent decades building your customer base and establishing your business and brand within your community. You know your community, and it knows you. Though tradition can and should be a core part of your financial institution’s identity, it can threaten forward progress if it leads to a “status quo” way of thinking.

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Winning in the Digital Age: A No-Nonsense Guide for Banks

By Jessica Cheney

The banking industry is in a time of tremendous digital transformation. The question today is what are the big steps banks need to undertake in order to meet the unique challenges of their customers and win business.

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What U.S. Banks Should Know About Preparing for Dynamic Governance

By Amandeep Khurana

It has been more than a year since the General Data Protection Regulation went into effect in Europe, and financial institutions are already preparing for the 2020 start of the California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA). However, this is far from the end of the process. New privacy regulations are coming both in the U.S. and around the world. Financial institutions that look at satisfying each new regulation as a separate project requiring incremental changes across their increasingly complex and global data infrastructures will struggle to meet compliance deadlines and ensure accuracy.

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The Next Chapter for Fintech and Banking

Four keys to successful partnership to pave the way for open banking 

By Dan Drees

The popular narrative over the past several years was that traditional banks and financial technology companies were on a collision course. With both camps seeking to satisfy rapidly evolving expectations from individuals and businesses, direct opposition seemed inevitable.

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The Battle for the Title of ‘Fintech Capital’

By Russell Bennett

The U.K. fintech scene is booming with 2019 expected to be a record year for investment after the sector hit a new high of $2.9 billion (£2.3 billion) in funding in the first six months of the year. The U.K. has now become synonymous with highly successful fintechs, such as Monzo and Starling, which is helping to cement the country as a leading fintech market. The U.K.’s fintech success has led to London being widely considered the ‘fintech capital’ of the world. However, as the U.S. fintech sector continues to go from strength to strength, receiving $18.3 billion in investment across 470 deals in the first half of this year, will London be able to hold on to this this title for much longer? 

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