Best financial reports of 2016-2017: Blockchains, Bank Risk, GSE Reform, Regulation relief, Cross Selling, Fintech, Open APIs and Mobile-Wallet battles

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The Best of Finance and Digital Business Reports of Recent Years

This package of reports comprises the best of finance and digital business reports of recent years, designed to give senior-level professionals expert analysis on the latest developments in banking, money and technology.

The reports include:

Reg Relief: Optimism Gives Way to Reality

Post-election exuberance about the prospects for rollback of Dodd-Frank regulations has been tempered by the political realities facing the President and Congress. While many in the industry still expect some kind of relief, there is less confidence about when that may happen and what form it may take.

Published: June 2017

Are Risk Levels Rising for Banks? Execs Think So

Post-election exuberance about the prospects for rollback of Dodd-Frank regulations has been tempered by the political realities facing the President and Congress. While many in the industry still expect some kind of relief, there is less confidence about when that may happen and what form it may take.

Published: May 2017

Cross-Selling: What’s Really Going On?

Survey shows an industry sharply divided on a longstanding and suddenly contentious retail banking sales practice - with many of those banks that formally encourage it reevaluating their programs.

Published: December 2016

Fintech 2017: Shifting Budgets and Priorities

While security and compliance remain top concerns among bankers, self-service technology and process digitalization emerge as key initiatives for the coming year. How banks are planning to invest - and partner - their way forward.

Published: May 2016

Blockchains in Action

Early experimentation by financial institutions with distributed-ledger technology

Published: May 2016

Open APIs: A Banker’s Guide

Application programming interfaces allow software programs to talk to each other. They are a potential solution to the current industry standoff over sharing of bank customer data with aggregation sites; in the long term, they could transform how banking is done, making customer relationships less sticky but opening up new revenue models for financial institutions. This paper lays out the basic issues surrounding APIs.

Published: May 2016

Mobile-Wallet Battle: Where and How Banks Are Placing Bets

Technology companies like Apple and Samsung brought mobile payments to the fore and issues that led the U.S. to lag in mobile wallets have for the most part been settled. This report examines how a core group of banks are establishing themselves as pace-setters in attacking the challenge of remaining “top of wallet” as consumers migrate commerce to smartphones.

Published: August 2016

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