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In a topsy-turvy world, what used to be good—predictability—now gives way to the new good—disruption
Customers prefer to deal with their banks but will go elsewhere if not satisfied
Suites of business-related services, assisted by automation, seen disrupting current lackluster business-banking relationships
Financial institutions in developing countries finding ways to teach domestic banks a thing or two
Traditional methods would require four times the current floor space in ten years
Requirement: CIOs and CMOs will have to cooperate
Time to take it to the next level
SNL Report: Despite bloated foreclosure pipelines, lending continues in judicial metros
Removal of silos remains the biggest obstacle
Get ready for a vendor blitz on QM solutions
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