NOTE: This article was originally published Aug. 7, 2018 by MX partner FIS, here: https://www.risewithfis.com/keeping-it-clean-the-power-of-clean-data
In the wake of today's announcement that the OCC will begin accepting national bank charter applications from financial technology companies, one thing is for sure: the demand for consistent governance and security has been heard.
What do you worry about each day? For some people it’s health, a job, or maybe a child’s behavior. According to recent reports, however, most Americans are worrying about money more than anything else. Are you?
James Dotter shares "Realizing the ROI of Big Data and AI in Banking: The Foundational Steps" in webinar
What’s coming for the financial institution? A better question may be – what’s already happening. Today, next-generation banks are providing a streamlined, more efficient, and more Millennial-friendly way of banking. You’ve heard talk about it before, but what is happening and why? More so, what do you, as a bank leader need to know to ensure your company doesn’t lose ground in the process?
In the setting of mountain streams, rustic lodges and the stunning Wasatch Front of Northern Utah, credit union executives are gathered in Sundance this week discussing the changing landscape of financial institutions at the Fintech Festival, sponsored by MX.
Financial stress doesn’t only hurt your wallet, it’s harmful to your health. But you don’t have to live with it forever. Even if you’re living paycheck-to-paycheck, there are some small (and a few big) changes you can make to significantly improve your quality of life and your financial future. Here’s where you need to get started.
On June 26, Don MacDonald and The Financial Brand's Jim Marous, in an MX webinar, will discuss the Digital Banking Report on how financial institutions can thrive in the data age. #data#banking #webinar @FinancialBrand
We’re half way through. What the banking industry looks like after the first half of 2018 – it’s all about disruption, deregulation, and customer service.
The banking industry has undergone an incredible shift in the last 10 to 15 years. From the first mobile payment to Starbucks made in 2011 to the development of online banking options, the financial industry is changing rapidly. In 2013, 80 percent of consumer spending in the country was already being done in a cashless form. Now, we’re moving heavily into even more advanced technology.