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Wells Fargo Scandal and the Creative Destruction 7 Act Play

Wells Fargo Scandal and the Creative Destruction 7 Act Play

by September 21, 2016 at 1:00 am 0 comments

Image source My eyes usually glaze over at headlines about Banks getting fined for yet another scandal. Yawn, just a cost of doing business, too much regulation, a few rogue traders, move on, nothing new to see here. But there was something different about the Wells Fargo story. This wasRead More

Enhancing a Customer-Centric Strategy with Data

by December 20, 2013 at 12:25 pm 1 comment

In today’s highly regulated, extremely competitive environment, a top priority of financial institutions is to offer customers the appropriate products with razor-sharp precision. If successful, a financial institution may realize increased account acquisition and usage, while achieving higher return on investment (ROI) through long-term customer retention. For its October 2013Read More

The Real Advantages of Cross-Selling Online Rather Than at the Branch

The Real Advantages of Cross-Selling Online Rather Than at the Branch

by October 5, 2012 at 9:27 am 2 comments

Branches are the best place to offer customers additional products, right? Not so fast. Tim Bunch, web strategist, designer and developer at Capital Educators Federal Credit Union, offers three reasons that cross-selling is easier to do online than in the branch environment: 1)      Computers can analyze accounts for cross-sell opportunitiesRead More

4 Ways Banking Has Changed Forever

4 Ways Banking Has Changed Forever

by July 17, 2012 at 12:43 pm 0 comments

There is still hope out there in banking. True, you won’t find it in JP Morgan Chase’s Chief Investment Office or at Barclay’s, but it is out there. The harsh truth of banking today is that it has forever changed, and there are subtle signs of that change even beyond Goldman Sachs’s decision today to try to play the consumer (albeit supremely high net worth consumer) banking game. My list of four reasons why banking has changed forever.