Financial technology may be evolving at a rapid pace, but well, so is financial crime — meaning that the security of online and mobile payments is a constantly developing area and nowhere more so than biometrics. This is obviously of interest to financial institutions across the globe, like the companyRead More
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JP Nicols, himself a veteran of the wealth management space, discusses innovation in wealth management on this week’s episode of Breaking Banks. He speaks to Jay Shah of Personal Capital, Derek Corcoran of Avoka, and Eric Matteson of Finovate.
Wells Fargo & Co. will roll out biometric logins for its corporate customers in the first half of 2016, Bank Innovation has learned. The San Francisco-based bank will employ eyeprints, as well as face and voice recognition. Wells is doing this because new forms of authentication are desperately needed to secureRead More
Catherine Bessant, Bank of America’s chief technology officer, recently said that innovation labs were not in the cards for her company because anything that only brings a 10% return can’t be taken seriously. That position apparently has not been embraced at Wells Fargo & Co. The innovation operation at theRead More
Mountain America Credit Union (MACU), based in a suburb of Salt Lake City, is placing a bet on instant loan decisioning. In the past year, the credit union put an organization in place to plan the product roadmap at the company, and, given the limited resources every financial institution has to dealRead More
Biometric ID verification seems to be approaching a tipping point. That is not just because Digital Insight made public today that it has adopted EyeVerify’s Eyeprint ID v2.0 for its mobile banking platform. It just seems that biometric ID verification and security seems to be the hot thing. USAA’s mostRead More