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Fintech Accelerators Are Not Destined to Die

Fintech Accelerators Are Not Destined to Die

by February 4, 2016 at 10:35 am 0 comments

Long live the fintech accelerator. With all due respect to American Banker‘s BankThink portal and Forrester Research, the future could not be brighter for fintech accelerators, and I write that not just because Bank Innovation has launched an, er, fintech accelerator with Fiserv, U.S. Bank, and Cross River Bank. Last week,Read More

Are Digital Bankers Truly on the ‘Rise’?

Are Digital Bankers Truly on the ‘Rise’?

by June 6, 2014 at 10:38 am 0 comments

I haven’t met many chief digital officers of banks. I doubt you have, either. Despite the claims from American Banker‘s Penny Crosman yesterday, who wrote that the bank “chief digital officer” is on the rise, I still see digital bankers occupying something of an alternative universe in the banking world.Read More

Wow, I’m Actually Leaving My Day Job!

Wow, I’m Actually Leaving My Day Job!

by June 28, 2012 at 10:17 am Comments are Disabled

This week I celebrate an important anniversary in my professional career as I close this chapter and begin a new one. Twenty years ago this week, I joined a small bank that would become one of the largest and most respected in the country. It has been …

Banker Jones and the Last Crusade: Is Wealth Management the New Holy Grail?

Banker Jones and the Last Crusade: Is Wealth Management the New Holy Grail?

by June 14, 2012 at 8:37 am 0 comments

In my June 6 post 9 of 10 Banks Are Mulling an Overhaul I linked to the American Banker article that cited the findings from a KPMG study that also said: Forty percent of the respondents said that asset and wealth management would be essential to expan…

Bank of America Should Become a Credit Union

Bank of America Should Become a Credit Union

by March 4, 2012 at 10:43 pm 0 comments

I have decided that the best course of action for Bank of America may be to become a credit union. Despite the regulatory hurdles and government scrutiny that the bank would need to deal with, it may be an easier course of action than trying …