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Top 20 Bank Video Ads of 2016

Top 20 Bank Video Ads of 2016

by November 15, 2016 at 10:26 am 0 comments

Every year, Bank Innovation chooses the bank and fintech videos  that made us laugh, the ones that made us cry, the ones that made us want to go out and buy baby animals, and of course, the ones that made us go out and better manage our finances (well, we tried.)Read More

Top 20 Bank Video Ads of 2016 — Page 2

Top 20 Bank Video Ads of 2016 — Page 2

by November 1, 2016 at 10:25 am 0 comments

15. Soccer/football fan or not, by the end of HSBC’s digital banking video you’ll want to help this girl find her one missing football sticker yourself–of course, it helps if your bank service is that fast. 14. Bank of America wants you to #LOVEYOURAPP so much it found (or perhapsRead More

Top 20 Bank Video Ads of 2016 — Page 3

Top 20 Bank Video Ads of 2016 — Page 3

by November 1, 2016 at 10:24 am 0 comments

10. TD Bank goes straight for your feelings in this ad as it gives back to its own customers, and it totally works. 9. Want a little look at the future? PwC Nederland’s got you covered. Spoiler alert–the world may have changed a lot, but you’ll still run on thatRead More

10 Ways Banking Will Be Different in 2020

10 Ways Banking Will Be Different in 2020

by October 19, 2016 at 10:36 am 4 comments

An obvious statement: The banking world is changing.  However, it does give rise to less obvious questions: Just how fast is it changing, and in what ways? For instance, what will the banking world look like in five years? Will there be chatbots in every smartphone and every app? WillRead More

2016 Innovators to Watch: 44 Executives Shaping the Future of Banking

2016 Innovators to Watch: 44 Executives Shaping the Future of Banking

by June 27, 2016 at 11:50 am 1 comment

Some of the shine seems to have come off fintech innovation in 2016. Startup valuations are dropping; once abundant venture capital is growing scarcer; marketplace lending has gotten bruised — even the self-proclaimed capital of fintech, London, faces an uncertain future with Brexit. But that doesn’t mean innovation is any less necessary.Read More

2016 Innovators to Watch: 1 to 5

2016 Innovators to Watch: 1 to 5

by June 23, 2016 at 11:49 am 2 comments

1. Lucy Peng, CEO, Ant Financial Ant’s latest fundraising round – the largest ever anywhere – of $4.5 billion, and its overall valuation of more than $60 billion, have turned the Alibaba spinoff into one of the most valuable private tech companies in the world. Launched in 2014, Ant FinancialRead More

2016 Innovators to Watch: 6 to 10

2016 Innovators to Watch: 6 to 10

by June 23, 2016 at 11:48 am 1 comment

6. Max Levchin, CEO, Affirm Some members of the PayPal mafia are off building spaceships or suing media brands into nonexistence, but Max Levchin? Still in fintech. His company Affirm is in an underserved, unsexy space — point of sale financing. But trust Levchin to sex it up — heRead More

2016 Innovators to Watch: 11 to 15

2016 Innovators to Watch: 11 to 15

by June 23, 2016 at 11:47 am 2 comments

11. Deb Liu, Head of Payments and Global Commerce, Facebook PayPal, Ebay, Facebook: when it comes to tech giants Deb Liu has seen them all. Starting at Ebay as an intern, Liu moved on to lead PayPal’s corporate strategy and social commerce. She was among the developers of PayPal DistributedRead More

2016 Innovators to Watch: 16 to 20

2016 Innovators to Watch: 16 to 20

by June 23, 2016 at 11:47 am 1 comment

16. Taavet Hinrikus, Co-Founder, TransferWise TransferWise is one of the UK’s few fintech unicorns (Funding Circle is the other), and has been a dominant player in an increasingly crowded space for years. That space is of course international money transfers, plagued by lack of transparency, slow transactions, and high fees. Co-founderRead More

2016 Innovators to Watch: 21 to 25

2016 Innovators to Watch: 21 to 25

by June 23, 2016 at 11:46 am 1 comment

21. Chris Tremont, EVP Virtual Banking, Radius Bank Banks are not usually known for their disruptive nature and quick decisioning. Radius Bank is known just for that. In the past three years, this community bank has shut down all of its branches except for one in Boston, transforming into aRead More