Digital banking

Who says bank advisers can't get along with robos?

07/19/19

Lenders have learned that automated wealth management tools enhance financial advisers' interaction with clients and can bring in more business.

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M&T defends 12% increase in costs

07/18/19

While executives at the Buffalo, N.Y., bank said they would take a closer look at spending, especially given the potential for interest rate cuts, they described investments in tech talent as an essential cost of doing business.

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New funding raises N26’s valuation to $3.5B

07/18/19

The challenger bank startup will use the new cash to double its U.S. headcount.

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Fee momentum timely for U.S. Bancorp

07/17/19

Executives at the Minneapolis bank, who expect two Fed rate cuts this year, said they can rely on growth in noninterest income to soften the blow.

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BofA's plan to sustain its consumer banking mojo

07/17/19

Bank of America says rate cuts could reinvigorate mortgages and that its digital and cards strategies will help it grab more market share to offset shrinking margins.

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Once a doubter, TD is now bullish on crypto, blockchain

07/17/19

It's created a new digital assets and distributed ledger group, trades bitcoin futures and is funding a crypto exchange.

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First Horizon may ask Alexa to help take on BB&T, SunTrust

07/16/19

The Memphis, Tenn., regional will explore the use of voice assistants as part of its digital banking push.

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'Let's encourage banks to join payday lenders': Comments of the week

07/11/19

Readers react to the Fed warming up to CRA reforms, criticize the Democratic presidential candidates, defend Pittsburgh as a megabank attraction and more.

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German challenger bank N26 makes U.S. debut

07/11/19

The neobank, which has 3.5 million European customers, is starting with fee-free checking, a debit card and real-time transactions. It's part of a wave of competition arriving from overseas.

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Online bank's hub strategy borrows from across the pond

07/10/19

Radius Bank in Boston is adding insurers, personal loan providers and wealth management to its platform, copying a playbook popularized in Europe.

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