Mobile banking

How 5G could shape the future of banking


Leaders in bank innovation have ideas for improving financial services with high-speed, highly responsive 5G networks — ideas they say could be implemented relatively quickly.


T-Mobile, BankMobile roll out their banking app nationwide


The move is an extension of a pilot project begun in the fall. T-Mobile says it sought to give customers a better deal on digital banking and stand out from its rivals.


'We're probably in a crisis already': Retirement in America


Karen Andres at the Center for Financial Services Innovation talks about the financial problems of people over 50 and how banks can help.


Inside KeyBank's tech turnaround


KeyBank is deploying new technology designed to improve the online and mobile banking experience as well as guide the conversations branch employees are having with customers. The move comes on top of steps to modernize its IT infrastructure.


U.S. Bank hires its first chief digital officer


Derek White, an alumnus of BBVA and Barclays, will oversee digital innovation across all lines of business at the bank.


The evolution of Umpqua's pick-your-own-banker app


Customers are starting to reveal more to private bankers when they use GoTo, the bank's strategy chief Rilla Delorier says.


German-based Challenger bank N26 still 'on track' for 2019 U.S. launch


As N26 schedules its launch for midyear, it will face off against other startups and mobile-only spinoffs from incumbent financial institutions.


USB's mobile app, BofA and Wells cool on blockchain, GSEs too big: Top stories of the week


Under the hood of U.S. Bank's new mobile app; BofA, Wells Fargo sour on blockchain; are Fannie and Freddie too big?; and more from this week's most-read stories.


What banks can swipe from Google's video-game playbook


The internet giant's planned gaming service may create an omnichannel model for banks to emulate.


'Customers are overbanked and underserved': Umpqua strategy chief


As banks push customers to digital channels, they are losing opportunities to help and connect with consumers, according to Rilla Delorier, an executive vice president at the Oregon bank.