Fintech Strategist, following Payments, InsurTech, Digital Marketing, Innovation and more | Hofstra U BSME and Adelphi U MBA | Views my own.
In this article I attempt to give a framework for community banks and credit unions to compete with the big banks and fintech in the digital world. I’m convinced that smaller organizations can beat the big guys with a true focus on disrupting themselves.
Low-code and no-code platforms are the wave of the future in many different fields from AI to UI.
It’s been at least 10 years of various start-ups trying to combine all cards into a single card. This one has a few new bits but I’m not confident it’s enough.
In this article, I answer the question whether bank branches have a future. I believe many banks are afraid to leave them behind and at the same time aren’t using current technologies to improve branch experience.
Finovate published this short video based on my blog responding to the question “Is there a future for the branch in the digital world?”
The incumbents have the advantage. There’s nothing that the neobanks are doing that can’t be copied or even bettered. Banks need to put customers first always.
I’m not convinced that the inverted yield curve is no longer a valid gauge of where the economy is heading. Those that want to paint a rosy picture would of course say that it’s no longer valid. The wrongheadedness of the US and UK governments are definitely affecting the worldwide economy.
This is appalling and disheartening
The promise of fintech to be a force for inclusion and improvement remains. The example of mpesa in Kenya resonates but will not do hat mean inclusion throughout markets or just isolated instances.
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