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Optimism increased even more than previous weeks due to weak inflation data
US Bank to take on deposit and credit card accounts, with future plans for vehicle loans and business services
Starts off focusing on topline growth and takes it from there
"...thanks to a build-up in capital buffers and a shift to more stable sources of funding."
Analysts continue to be concerned with limited growth potential
Technology, regulations, shifting demographics, and emerging Fintech competitors are changing the banking landscape
If you are looking for it on the asset side, you are on the wrong side of the balance sheet
Brick-and-mortar banks facing competition from online-only banks willing to offer higher yields for savings and deposits
Top trends IBM sees impacting the banking industry
Banks can grow their share of deposits by as much as 16.5% by improving customer experience
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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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