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Banks face a seemingly never-ending array of financial risks, as the pandemic showed
Accelerating digital capabilities in order to win, serve, expand, and retain customer relationships has become priority #1
In sharp contrast with 2020, this summer is starting to show promising signs of a return to normalcy
Traditional banking products are “out”, according to tech company Temenos
At the end of the day, consumer behaviors drive the biggest change
Several banks including JP Morgan and Bank of America have already come under scrutiny
Loan defaults during the pandemic largely failed to materialize
The online payments giant has brought its European product, Zettle, to the US
Companies are showing signs that workers are willing to come back to work as offices reopen
Banking support for the farming sector stays strong despite Covid-19 challenges, new report finds
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