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At the end of the day, consumer behaviors drive the biggest change
Data is a huge problem in the financial services industry
Several banks including JP Morgan and Bank of America have already come under scrutiny
$165.6 million transaction will make Tri Counties the biggest community bank in Bakersfield and Kern County
Plus: Wells Fargo hires for commercial banking, Federal Reserve Bank of New York appoints supervision chief
Regulator hires climate change risk officer and joins international environmental group
Fintech addition will strength Visa’s foreign exchange facilities
Regulators aim to strengthen and modernise community reinvestment act
Plus: Colorado-based First Western to buy Rocky Mountain Bank parent
The generation born between 1981 and 1996 will soon be on the receiving end of a $30 trillion windfall as Baby Boomers begin to retire
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Webinar: In-person and Remote Banking –
Why this Hybrid Model is the Future of the Branch

Banks combine the brick and mortar
physical banking experience with virtual banking

Time/Date: August 5th, 2021 2:00 P.M. ET

As consumers increasingly prefer to engage with their bank remotely instead of going to a branch location, institutions are looking to modernize the ways in which they interact with customers. Depending on the complexity of the banking activity, some consumers will use self-service digital channels while others will turn to channels where they can get human help. In a hybrid banking model, banks combine the brick and mortar physical banking experience with virtual banking.

In this webinar, OneSpan and guest speaker Alyson Clarke, Principal Analyst at Forrester Research, will discuss why hybrid banking will become mainstream and the importance of putting the right tools in place to support remote account opening, account maintenance, wealth management, and lending.


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