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Wei Ke, partner at Simon-Kucher & Partners, shares research and analysis from a recent consumer survey on branch versus digital banking behaviors after the coronavirus lockdowns are over.
July 1
M&A
Bank consolidation has been stagnant since the pandemic hit, and the outlook for the rest of the year is bleak.
June 29
Wells Fargo customers targeted with phishing attacks using calendar invites; Fed freezes stock buybacks, caps dividends after stress test results; Citigroup names Titi Cole its head of global operations and fraud prevention.
June 26
A sneak peek of a new podcast launching on American Banker later this summer as part of our Leaders Forum, where senior voices and innovators will share their leadership experiences and perspectives on business-critical topics. Arizent CEO Gemma Postlethwaite talks with Ernie Johannson, BMO’s Group Head of North American Personal and Business Banking, about leadership during the Covid-19 crisis, organizational agility and lessons in discernment.
June 24
A global health crisis. Economic free fall. A reckoning over racism and inequality. We will not be the same after this — and neither will banking.
June 23
Rather than funnel mortgage and rent payments through consumers, the federal government should instead deal directly with landlords, utilities and banks, suggests Howard Newman, managing partner of Pine Brook Partners.
June 23
JPMorgan Chase, Fifth Third, Truist among banks closing early to observe Juneteenth; inside the OCC's effort to extract $37.5M from former Wells Fargo execs; banks are at a loss what to do with record amount of funds; and more from this week's most-read stories.
June 19
The Supreme Court is poised to decide the fate of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's leadership structure, but the implications could reach far beyond the bureau.
June 17
Sells, American Banker’s Digital Banker of the Year, explains how he encouraged his team to take risks on projects like a three-minute account opening process and a system that analyzes core data in real time to help set deposit prices.
June 16
PNC open to deal that would boost assets to $700 billion; banks take hard line against accountants seeking fees for PPP referrals; rush to online banking during coronavirus has hackers salivating, bureau says; and more from this week's most-read stories.
June 12
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