April 2017 by Mark Schwanhausser

The final countdown has begun to Finovate in San Jose, a conference that ranks as my favorite show for learning and recharging that vision vibe, especially in key areas of fintech that I’ll outline shortly.

December 2016 by Jacob Jegher

The Canadian fintech startup scene has exploded and the banks are working hard to innovate and provide enhanced offerings. I’ve been working with Canadian banks and solution providers for many years and had the privilege of joining the judging panel...

August 2016 by Al Pascual

It seems that with every day that passes we hear about a new authentication approach or threat. All this noise makes it easy to understand how we may end up glossing over really important, seemingly obvious factors that affect the authentication of...

July 2016 by Mark Schwanhausser

My list of financial anachronisms starts with the concept of monthly statements, paying a stack of bills on a weekend, and the biweekly or monthly paycheck. Too often, we make it hard for customers to think outside the box because we ourselves still...

July 2016 by Mark Schwanhausser

The FINRA Investor Education Foundation’s triannual report on American’s “Financial Capability” this week paints a classic good news-bad news story – and there’s a message there for bankers who wonder whether they can profitably play a role in...

June 2016 by Jacob Jegher

I spent a good part of last week at Sourcemedia’s Digital Banking Summit. It was a solid event and showcased a wide range of banks and firms in this space. I had plenty of great meetings, but one of the standouts was a meeting with Suresh Ramamurthi...

April 2016 by Mark Schwanhausser

The U.S. Comptroller of the Currency laid out eight guiding principles for “responsible innovation” that show how it aims to more effectively work with banks and non-banks toward the goal of improving and broadening access to financial services for...

August 2015 by Mark Schwanhausser

Some will describe Intuit’s decision Thursday to sell Quicken as the end of an era. The reality is the era of desktop do-it-yourself accounting software tapped out long ago. Fewer than 22 million U.S. consumers use desktop personal finance software...

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