Tag Archive | FinTech

Why Small Business Banking Has Been Disrupted

Why Small Business Banking Has Been Disrupted

Fintech has discovered SMB banking. “Small and medium-sized businesses are crucial sources of revenues and profits at most banking providers, so the prospect of bank brands losing their relevance among SMEs should keep bankers awake at night.”

via Forrester

How a $1.3 Billion Institution Launched a Digital Bank

How a $1.3 Billion Institution Launched a Digital Bank

“Most community banking providers can’t match the digital sophistication of megabanks. But River Valley Bank and it’s aptly named ‘IncredibleBank’ online unit prove that small fish can swim with the sharks. Here’s how this community bank manages to innovate and thrive without selling its soul.”

via The Financial Brand

8 Key Financial Services Technology Trends

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2019 will not be a continuation of the past. But which technology trends will matter most in the months and years ahead? Big data and AI? The cloud? Digital-only banks? The answer is critical because ignoring these trends now will make it more difficult than ever for complacent banks and credit unions to catch up.

via The Financial Brand

Explore the 18 Blockchain Trends for 2019

Explore the 18 Blockchain Trends for 2019

From decentralized exchanges to privacy coins, and beyond, we identified 18 of the most promising blockchain trends to watch in 2019. Download the free report to learn about the biggest emerging trends in blockchain and strategies to watch for 2019.”

via CB Insights

Big Data and AI to Reduce Financial Crime

Big Data and AI to Reduce Financial Crime

“After 18 years of providing risk intelligence data, we now maintain more than 4 million records – and this is an amazing foundation on which to use big data techniques to map connections and spot patterns in the data.”

via World Economic Forum

AI and Fintech Growing Influence on Financial Data in 2019

AI and Fintech Growing Influence on Financial Data in 2019

“From the $300 million spent in 2018 on alternative data to pre-trade transparency to indexing to real-time market data, 2019 will see a hyper-focus on gathering more of the right data, storing it in new ways, analyzing it via machine learning and AI, and acting upon it more systematically than ever before.”

via Greenwich Associates

The Incumbent Business Case for Digital Agility

The Incumbent Business Case for Digital Agility

Bankers are finding that they can join forces with emerging fintechs to strengthen soft spots along their value chains. Beauty players are copying the digital offerings of upstarts — or acquiring them. Better visibility across the digital landscape is key.

via McKinsey