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Feb 15, 2012

Respect the crowd - don't shut them out

Well, I see the Facebook/Twitter hysteria is at fever pitch again. There's the concern around market events like┬áthe fake Sina Weibo post stating that Kim Jong Un had been assasinated,… READ MORE

Feb 13, 2012

Mobile Payments: Leave them to their own devices

As we've embarked on our Movenbank project, we've had a lot of people express concerns about our choice to be completely cardless and go with NFC and various other P2P… READ MORE

Feb 01, 2012

The new banking distribution layer

There's a great deal of discussion and debate around what will ultimately happen to banking as a result of the massive changes in connectivity, utility, mobility and customer experience taking… READ MORE

Jan 18, 2012

Would SOPA/PIPA kill Internet Banking?

The PROTECT IP Act (Preventing Real Online Threats to Economic Creativity and Theft of Intellectual Property Act of 2011), is a proposed law with the stated goal of giving the… READ MORE

Jan 16, 2012

The upside and downside to the digital shift

I'm starting to hear of some very significant digital and multi-channel budgets being put in place by many of the leading retail banking brands in 2012. It's about time! While… READ MORE

Dec 22, 2011

Why snail mail is dying, and taking your identity with it...

There has been a 25% decline in the total mail volume for the USPS (United States Postal Service) from 2006-2011, resulting in a $5.1 Billion loss in 2011 alone.┬áSince 2007… READ MORE

Dec 14, 2011

P2P gets its groove on!

No one could doubt that peer-to-peer lending (or P2P Lending) has landed big time in 2010, but it looks as if the best is just about to come. The US… READ MORE

Dec 07, 2011

I'll never login with Facebook to my bank!

We're experiencing a massive shift in consumer behavior right now with the explosion of Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and other community collaboration and social media platforms. A world where Facebook has… READ MORE

Nov 23, 2011

Who's easier to save, a banker or a dictator?

Bankers often talk about the 'trust' consumers have in banking as a defining characteristic of why customers give banks their money instead of simply keeping it under a mattress. Some… READ MORE

Nov 18, 2011

Changing your banking instinct

Without thinking consciously about it, over time core behaviors change producing different instinctive reactions. When a phone rings today, we go to our pocket or purse, not running to a… READ MORE

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