Breaking Banks: Why Boring Innovation Isn’t Bad [AUDIO]

  • Philip Ryan
  • March 11, 2016
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Ron Shevlin, director of research with Cornerstone Advisors, stood in as host of Breaking Banks yesterday and discussed financial wellness with Ryan Falvey and Rachel Schneider of CFSI. He also spoke with James Gardiner, CTO of Spigit, who noted innovation can sometimes be boring, and that’s actually a good thing. But the event future historians of banking will look back on as most significant in yesterday’s episode of Breaking Banks (and perhaps in all of 2016) was the moment Ron Shevlin unleashed the portmanteau “nimbility” upon an unsuspecting world.

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Philip Ryan is Associate Editor of Bank Innovation. He worked as a web developer for the Fund for the City of New York for six years, and was an HTML developer at Ocean-7 Development back in the go-go ’90s. He has more than 15 years' experience in online journalism. He can be reached at pryanrmg1@gmail.com.

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