Analyst, Digital Banking
Greg is an Analyst in Javelin’s digital banking practice. His research centers on how banks are adapting in an increasingly digital age, including how they’re bolstering their online and mobile banking channels, digitizing account opening, and preparing for stiff competition with digitally-native challengers like neobanks and Big Tech.
Before joining Javelin, Greg was an analyst at Insider Intelligence, where he researched and wrote reports, newsletters, and other content on the e-commerce and banking industries. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in computer science from Princeton University.
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