Available on Demand
Duration: 1 Hour
Banks are looking at the potential of many emerging financial services as new sources of fee revenue. Such services include mobile remote deposit capture, mobile bill pay, person to person payments and issuing general purpose reloadable prepaid cards. But introducing new products to the mix comes with a number of considerations from a technology and business perspective.
This Webinar will examine the latest consumer study on the topic and looks at the gap between the current use of emerging financial services and the growth potential based on empirical data collected from consumers. You’ll have the opportunity to hear directly from FirstMerit bank, which used the desirability and importance data on mobile deposit capture and prepaid reloadable cards to validate its decision to launch these services. Additionally, you’ll hear about some key industry trends in emerging services with focus on the rapidly growing areas of remote delivery channels and payments.
View this webinar On Demand to get answers to these questions:
- What is the growth potential of emerging financial services?
- How much monthly fee will consumers pay for emerging financial services?
- Will institutions be able to convert current services from free to fee?
- What factors to consider when deciding on introducing new services?
- What are the considerations in the assessment of the organization, delivery channels, and related solutions and vendors for deploying emerging services?
- What are some of the key deployment issues critical to successful implementation?
Reporter, American Banker
Contributing Editor, Bank Technology News
Mary was also a Bank Innovation blogger as well as editor, journalist and content curator for Royal Media Group, where she covered commerce, financial technology and autodealerships.
Dr. Dan Geller, Executive Vice President
Market Rates Insight
Dr. Dan Geller oversees the research and analytical services of Market Rates Insight. The analytical services provide clients in the banking industry with greater insight into emergingtrends in deposits and related financial services, which clients leverage to optimize interest and non-interest income.
Sam Kilmer, Senior Director of Client Development
Sam Kilmer brings a wealth of marketing, strategic planning, and implementations experience to Cornerstone Advisors. During his career, Kilmer has managed the implementation and training of new systems at over 50 banks and credit unions throughout North America.
Eugene Lucci, SVP, Director of Product Management
Eugene Lucci is Senior Vice President, Director of Product Management for FirstMerit Bank in Akron, Ohio. In his role, he is responsible for Retail, Wealth and Business products as well as the Business Intelligence area of the bank which includes the MCIF, CRM, and Profitability Systems.