Disruptors

'They are coddled': Comments of the week

02/24/17

American Banker readers share their views on the most pressing banking topics of the week. Comments are excerpted from reader response sections of AmericanBanker.com articles and our social media platforms.

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Working with the underbanked in the age of Trump

02/22/17

Although much of banking is cautiously optimistic about the Trump presidency, the financial firms and organizations that serve the unbanked see the election as a mixed bag at best so far.

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Tap into crowd power to thrive amid disruption

02/21/17

The way we buy today is already different than just a few years ago. In a decade, it will be totally transformed. Here is what every company must do to stay relevant and competitive in the coming decade of unprecedented disruption.

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Amazon buying Capital One? Fat chance, but fun to ponder

02/17/17

Chatter about bank-nonbank combinations pops up frequently, as it did in a low-profile way this week, but there are reasons you should be skeptical even in these anything-could-happen times.

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JPM teams with fintech to deliver digital mortgage platform

02/16/17

JPMorgan Chase has partnered with the fintech firm Roostify to build a digital self-service mortgage platform.

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Opus Lands a Former Fintech Exec from BBVA

02/10/17

Opus Bank has hired Scarlett Sieber, the former senior vice president in global business development at BBVA, to be its chief information officer.

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Citizens seeks edge in middle market with tech partnership

02/07/17

By partnering with matchmaking platform Opportunity Network, Citizens will be able to better connect corporate clients to deals worldwide.

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Fintech doesn’t need D.C.'s help

01/24/17

If the new White House engages in the same process of listening to and researching the fintech industry that President Obama initiated eight years ago, startups should just take a pass.

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